Boxing superstar “Sugar” Shane Mosley says Trey Songz DID in fact bang his ex-girlfriend — but not while they were together … which is why he’s got NO beef with the singer.
According to our friends at TMZ:
Mosley just issued a statement about reports that Songz was nailin’ a stripper named Bella behind Sugar Shane’s back … saying it just ain’t true — but if it was “he would be knocked out like most anyone else who ever stepped to me.”
Mosley explained, “Yeah she was a stripper, yeah I was stupid to date her, but she was single when she was f**king with Trey. We didn’t live together so she can do what she wants.”
Shane says he DOES have a problem with his ex-wife Jin — who now stars on the Bravo reality show “Friends to Lovers” — insinuating that SHE leaked the story to the media to humiliate him.
“We are sure Shane rather her leak a story via social media then leak on him”
We were all waiting for it and now we have it! Floyd “Money” Mayweather has responded to 50 Cent slamming him for allegedly not being able to read. Some audio also leaked of Mayweather struggling to read, and that seemed to back Fif’s claims, but don’t worry TMT fans, Floyd is okay (and we REALLY mean he’s good). His new boo Bad Medina is even making sure to help get his message across – although she might want to stay out of it before Fif comes for her.
Peep what Floyd posted on his instagram:
Of course his girl reposted it:
So Floyd, with all that money, you should definitely invest in Hooked on Phonics. It worked for me!
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When it comes to the ice bucket part of the ice bucket challenge, rapper 50 Cent isn’t too interested. What he really wants is to continue his feud with boxer Floyd Mayweather…oh, and maybe donate $750,000 to charity in the process.
In an Instagram video posted Thursday, 50 Cent challenged Mayweather to read one full page of the Harry Potter book series out loud “without stopping or starting or fucking up.” If Mayweather succeeds, 50 will donate the sum to a charitable organization of the boxer’s choice. Pop the hood to hear 50’s proposition to Floyd:
50 wasn’t quite done just yet….
Pretty Boy Floyd….you’re up.
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Things between Nelly and Floyd Mayweather Jr. continue to worsen all over Mayweather’s ex-fiancee, Shantel Jackson. Though Nelly and Miss Jackson continue to claim that they are “just friends”, they sure look like much more. In fact, Nelly was on hand for Miss Jackson’s birthday festivities and the two took some pretty intimate photos. Yesterday Nelly made an appearance on ESPN2′s show Highly Questionable and was of course asked about Floyd. Nelly said he doesn’t have any beef with Mayweather but that didn’t stop him from throwing a few jabs.
Nelly said Floyd doesn’t like the word “no” being said to him, and that it’s hard for him to understand Floyd. Nelly then explained the reason for that by attacking Mayweather’s education saying, “I think the whole thing is misunderstood. It’s kind of hard talking to a guy who hasn’t graduated from high school.”
Pop the hood to watch the clip: Continue reading
Muhammad Ali (right) backs out of the way of a punch from Ken Norton during a heavyweight fight on Sept. 28, 1976 at Yankee Stadium. (Photo by Focus on Sport/Getty Images)
Ken Norton Sr., a former heavyweight boxing champion who defeated Muhammad Ali in 1973, then lost in the rematch later that year, died Wednesday at a hospital in Arizona where he had been undergoing rehabilitation since suffering a stroke last year, according to his friend and manager Patrick Tenore. Norton was 70 and had congestive heart failure.
Norton broke Ali’s jaw in their initial fight, then lost at the Inglewood Forum in the rematch. Ali defeated Norton again in a decision at Yankee Stadium in New York in 1976.
In 1978, Norton won the World Boxing Council heavyweight championship when Leon Spinks chose not to fight him. He lost the title to Larry Holmes that June.
Norton finished with a record of 42-7-1 and 33 knockouts. He later went on to an acting career.
One of his sons, Ken Norton Jr., was a star linebacker at UCLA who played for the Dallas Cowboys in the NFL and now coaches for the Seattle Seahawks.
A complete obituary will follow here.