Watch: Floyd Mayweather Jr. Stunts With $1 Million in Cash for the 'Gram

Floyd Mayweather Jr.

Watch: Floyd Mayweather Jr. Stunts With $1 Million in Cash for the 'Gram

Just because he can.

Published October 4, 2016

C.R.E.A.M. — Cash Rules Everything Around Mayweather.

Just because Floyd Mayweather Jr. has been retired from boxing since last September doesn't mean that he still can't stunt hard for the 'Gram.

The former undefeated boxing champion did just that Monday, taking to his Instagram account to flaunt $1 million in cold, hard cash. The cool million sprawled out across his floor was confirmed by TMZ Sports — not to mention Money Mayweather's "$1M" hat in this footage.

Take a look at Mayweather flossing like only he can.


A video posted by Floyd Mayweather (@floydmayweather) on

It's a brazen display even by Mayweather's standards, considering Kim Kardashian was robbed at gunpoint for roughly $10 million worth of jewelry in Paris early Monday morning. 

To that concern, a source told TMZ that Mayweather is monitored by security "24 hours a day, 365 days a year."

So, in other words ... that cash is safe.

If you followed Mayweather throughout his prolific career, you already know that this level of stunting isn't foreign to the champ. If anything, it's routine.

Let's not forget that he plopped down $7 million in cash for a mansion this past summer.

It's what "Money" May does!

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Written by Mark Lelinwalla

(Photo: David Livingston/Getty Images)


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