Floyd Mayweather Responds To Domestic Violence Critics

Mayweather responds to domestic violence critics during an extended live stream feed with his fans where he answered questions directly.

The former number one pound for pound boxer touched on a number of subjects during the broadcast from money, to his boxing career, to his sexual habits and more.

One topic he took an exception to was to those who criticise him for alleged past domestic incidents. Speaking on a live stream, Mayweather said:

“So check this out. So my thing is this. When a man try to call me out – when they talk about domestic violence. My thing is this. Don’t worry about my house. Worry about your own motherf****** house. Stay the f*** outta my business because last time I checked – I ain’t got no problem with getting no bitches.”

He added:

“I definitely ain’t got no problem with getting rid of them. Because at the end of the day I didn’t make all this money to go get married. That ain’t my style. I don’t knock what nobody do because I’m pretty sure somebody out here has a wife or is married. I’ve got nothing but love for my fans. But let me live my life the way I want to live my life.”

Mayweather has a professional boxing record of 50-0 and is retired from the sport as an active fighter but currently owns a promotional company in boxing called Mayweather Promotions.