Watch: It Looks Like Floyd Mayweather Jr. IS Helping Adrien Broner Cope With His Suicidal Thoughts

Watch: It Looks Like Floyd Mayweather Jr. IS Helping Adrien Broner Cope With His Suicidal Thoughts

The boxers appear to have patched up their friendship.

Published October 14th

Adrien Broner had his fans and the internet on edge this past Wednesday after posting suicidal thoughts — including a cryptic countdown and picture of a gun — on his Instagram account.

Well, it looks like an old friend is helping the embattled boxer get out of that dark place ... and back to the money.

On Thursday, Broner posted an IG video of he and Floyd Mayweather Jr. speeding in a drop-top sports car living life.

And from the caption, not only does it appear that the boxers have patched up their previously damaged friendship, but that they're also planning to do business together once again.

Take a look.

Me and @floydmayweather talking business he say we bout to Robb the bank without a mask #AboutBillions #TMT

A video posted by Adrien Broner (@adrienbroner) on

We're glad to see AB in a seemingly better place and with Mayweather by his side once again just over 24 hours removed from when Broner put a 3:00 p.m. countdown on a vow to take his own life.

It should be interesting to see what Broner and "Money" Mayweather are cooking up on the business end.

The two being seen together comes after Broner dropped a diss video aimed at the retired undefeated boxing legend this past May.

A month prior to that, in April, Mayweather blasted Broner, telling FightHype.com: "I think he has a lot of problems. Adrien Broner was just an alcoholic six months ago. One thing I'm trying to find out about Adrien Broner, is he a boxing promoter, is he a rapper, is he a porn star or is he a gangster?"

Broner responded by defeating Mayweather's boxer, Ashley Theophane, and then calling out Floyd for a fight.

Looks like all it took was a little talk about money for these two to pull their punches and squash their beef.

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Written by Mark Lelinwalla

(Photos from left: Sam Greenwood/Getty Images, Steve Marcus/Getty Images)

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