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Mayweather’s Daughter & Ms Jackson Wear Same Dress To Fight; Baby Mamma Livid

by Vashti Hurt | Posted on Tuesday, September 17th, 2013
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Mayweather's Daughter and Miss Jackson wear same dress

Josie Harris, mother to 3 of Floyd Mayweather Jr’s three children is heated that their daughter wore the same dress to the fight as his on-again/off-again girlfriend Ms. Jackson.

Harris says she commissioned Project Runway designer Costello to make a one-of-a-kind dress for her daughter to wear to the fight and was very upset when she discovered the designer outfitted Floyd’s girlfriend in the exact same gown.

H/T: TMZ

Josie tells us, “It’s an unspoken rule and a cardinal sin for a ‘real designer’ to dress clients alike going to the same major event … Tacky, tacky, tacky.”

And Josie didn’t stop there, turning her anger toward Jackson as well … adding, “She is a total gold digger … She conveniently came back around 2 days before Floyd got his $41.5 million check.”

As for the designer, Costello says he will NOT be giving anyone a refund — telling us, “No exclusivity was promised regarding the dress. If you want exclusivity, you need to pay more.” Costello says his people told Miss Jackson that Floyd’s daughter would be wearing the same dress and she didn’t care.

I completely agree with Josie on this one. Little girls SHOULD NOT be wearing grown woman clothing. Michael Costello shouldn’t have made the same dress for both woman and child. And Ms. Jackson when told they would be wearing the same dress should’ve selected a different outfit. Seems like Ms. Jackson might have instigated this twin look as a way to take a shot at Harris. Unfortunately, Harris seems to be worried about the wrong thing. She seems more concerned about Ms. Jackson wearing the same dress, than about the fact that her daughter was outfitted in a dress far too grown for her age. Little girls should remain little girls for as long as possible, those that don’t usually end up in grown woman situations that they aren’t ready for.

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