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.”
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Earlier today a photo appeared on Floyd Mayweather Instagram dissin’ Oscar De La Hoya’s stint in rehab taking a BIG shot at the Golden Boy‘s substance abuse issues with the below photo.
The pic is an obvious reference to Floyd’s big victory over Canelo Alvarez this weekend, which took place one day after Oscar (Canelo’s fight promoter) checked himself back into rehab for substance abuse, according to TMZ.
Tonight we checked back with Floyd’s Instagram and saw that the photo was removed and that he posted an apology to Oscar De La Hoya and his family claiming he was unsure who posted the photo denying any claim to the Instagram post earlier today. Continue reading
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Shaquille O’Neal announced on Twitter that he is retiring after 19 seasons in the NBA.
“We did it. 19 years baby. I want to thank you very much,” O’Neal said in a video posted on his Twitter account. “That’s why I’m telling you first. I’m about to retire. Love you. Talk to you soon.”
The 15-time All-Star signed a two-year deal with the Boston Celtics last summer, but he was only able to play in 37 games in the regular season due to an Achilles injury. Continue reading
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