Undefeated boxer Floyd Mayweather gave fans – and haters – an insight into his insane lifestyle in a recent YouTube interview.
This latest revelation into ‘how good it is to be Pretty Boy Floyd’ won’t win him any new fans or begrudging adulation from his detractors.
In his latest interview (outside a strip club with a puppet, obviously) he revealed his lavish lifestyle involves having seven different girlfriends.
If you’re asking ‘why does any man need more than one girlfriend?’, Mayweather will tell you it’s because ‘having one is too close to having none’.
In his interview with Diego from Awkward Puppets, the 40-year-old boxer revealed he has about 25 different cars (in Las Vegas alone) and about $200 million to $300 million in various different bank accounts go along with his personal harem.
He told Diego he and his ladies like to:
... go out to eat, some of us travel together. Having one is too close to having none.
Mayweather went 50-and-0 at the end of August after beating Conor McGregor in a 10th round stoppage and like any fight involving The Money the payout at the end of night was ludicrous. Mayweather walked off with an estimated $100 million (over £75 million).
He also promised that his 'Money Fight' with McGregor will most definitely be his last. He claims if they try to pull him out of retirement again they'll make him 'fight an alien on another planet'.
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Mayweather's various girlfriends include massage therapist and businesswoman Doralie Medina and ex-TOWIE star Abigail Clarke.
Despite Money's way with women he has been in trouble with the law in regards to the opposite sex. In 2004, Mayweather was given a year suspended jail sentence, ordered to undergo counselling for 'impulse control' and had to pay a $1,000 (£755) fine after being convicted of two counts of misdemeanour battery against two women.
In 2010 his former girlfriend, Josie Harris, filed a domestic battery report against him. A year later a judge sentenced Mayweather to serve 90 days in the county jail for battery upon Harris.