Floyd Mayweather Posts Video With Son After Daughter Alleged Incident

Floyd Mayweather Posts Video With Son After Daughter Alleged Incident

It has been a rough few weeks for former pound for pound boxing number one Floyd Mayweather.

Following the passing of his uncle Roger and the mother of three of his children, over the weekend it was widely reported that one of his daughters was involved in an alleged assault incident with another female.

While some are quick to judge, rush to conclusions and make assumptions — it is important to note that letting the relevant authorities handle things is always the most wise decision.

Indeed, social media provides a platform to people from all walks of life.

Oftentimes the weakest man or woman in the room is the loudest one.

Way too quick to kick someone when they are down.

That said, you’ll only ever find a small few weak men and women like that in life and they are very easily dealt with anyway.

It’s the quiet guys you have to watch out for. Talk is cheap.

If considerable experience around the world has taught me anything it is this.

Many times the strongest and powerful people here on Earth are often the kindest, very quiet and humble ones, actually.

Contrary to perceptions that social media would lead some to believe.

People you’d barely notice are there but certainly — not to be messed with.

Taking people like that’s kindness for weakness would be a very stupid move and one that would be dealt with appropriately.

I suggest it is best for Floyd Mayweather to try to chill and just take notes at the moment at what is clearly a difficult time.

To use discernment and quietly observe all the reactions (or lack thereof) from certain people since this story about his daughter.

He has now posted the following message on social media as well as this video with his son:

“Never claimed to be perfect, but I strive to be the best father possible.
#DaddyDuties @kingkoraun”

(Hat tip Fight Hype YouTube)

The ole jab and straight right hand one-two combination.

Floyd Mayweather the trainer in the coming years, perhaps?

Time will tell.

All in all, this is a very dark time for humanity at the moment with what is going on with the Coronavirus pandemic.

Don’t worry. It’s pointless anyway.

Era, this thing will eventually pass.

God is good.

To boxing readers around the world continue at this time to do the recommended things and try to help one another out as best you can.

Boxing will be back before you know it.

If you love boxing, you love boxing. It’s as simple as that.

That’s just the way it goes.

Keep supporting the best sport in the world.

It will be back before you know it.