They Tried It! Floyd Mayweather Jr. Say's He's Been Rocking $100K "Chinchillas"

MINNEAPOLIS, MN - FEBRUARY 04:  Boxer Floyd Mayweather Jr. looks on during Super Bowl LII between the New England Patriots and the Philadelphia Eagles at U.S. Bank Stadium on February 4, 2018 in Minneapolis, Minnesota.  (Photo by Patrick Smith/Getty Images)

They Tried It! Floyd Mayweather Jr. Say's He's Been Rocking $100K "Chinchillas"

Don't compare him "to a legendary snitch."

Published February 7th

Floyd Mayweather Jr. is not here for the public attacks on the $100,000 chinchilla fur coat that he wore to the 2018 Super Bowl— and no, he's not addressing PETA members.

Apparently, the internet is throwing jabs at the famed boxer and it was only a matter of time before Mayweather took to his Instagram to clap back:

"I see some of you are making comparisons to the custom $100,000.00 chinchilla fur coat I wore last night to the off the rack, Rex rabbit fur Frank Lucas wore in his day. One thing for sure is I’ve always dressed fly from head to toe!" Mayweather shared with his over 19 million followers.

"I’ve been wearing chinchillas since the late 90’s, in fact I wore chinchilla boxing trunks in 2003 in my fight against Phillip Ndou. ‘American Gangster’ didn’t come out until 2007, which was my first time ever hearing of the confidential informant, Frank Lucas. Now I’ve been called plenty of things in my life, but being compared to a legendary snitch is not one of them! Honor & Loyalty has been my code throughout my entire life and that is how I will always remain! I’ve never wanted to be anything or anyone but MYSELF!"

Wow! We guess Floyd just wants you to put come respec on his name!

Written by BET Staff

(Photo: Patrick Smith/Getty Images)


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