Money May has reentered the social ring, and this time it’s with a sincere Instagram apology for his fans.
Penned under a “Read the Caption” photo, a huge downward-pointing arrow points at Floyd Mayweather’s brief acknowledgement of gratitude for his luxury lifestyle and a shamefaced message to his fans that have been “subjected to nonsense and childish behavior.” Without any name-drops, media drama or even the slightest idea of what guilt sat on the undefeated lightweight, fans sprinkled their own ideas through the comments section of where the apology stemmed from.
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“At this level, I understand the acts of company I keep is often a reflection of me and I take responsibility to make sure those type of antics are not tolerated or rewarded,” Money May wrote.
Sure I enjoy the company of my friends. I enjoy the unprecedented lifestyle my hard work has afforded me. I enjoy spending my free time traveling the world and having fun with my children- These are the things that mean most to me and I have become accustomed to blocking out negativity and refocusing my energy on those deserving of it…And more importantly, the people who bring me true happiness. With that said, I apologize for subjecting my fans and followers to the nonsense and childish behavior of some people close to me. At this level, I understand the acts of the company I keep is often a reflection of me and I take responsibility to make sure those type of antics are not tolerated or rewarded. Throwing stones is a sign of weakness- I choose to be strong. To My fans, your loyalty and support has given me the best 20 years I could ask for and while at the top, I plan to go out on top….see you back in the ring September 12th!
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With speculations of the letter still in the air, we just hope the apology isn’t a foreboding of any other negative Mayweather news to come.
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