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Floyd Mayweather’s Sidechick Says He Set Her Up for Robbery; Leaks Texts (Photos)

by Vashti Hurt | Posted on Monday, October 14th, 2013
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Last week we reported that the latest object of Floyd Mayweather’s affection, Princess Love, set him up to get robbed. Now a source close her tells Bossip that the robbery was set up by none other than Mayweather himself.

The dispute began fight night when Mayweather’s on-again/off-again girlfriend Miss Jackson, who she thought was no longer in a relationship with the fighter, was seated ring-side and she wasn’t. According to the source Princess Love was robbed shortly after the exchange below.

Floyd Mayweather Princess Love Text Message

“A robbery did happen but it was Floyd who had sent his assistant to break into where Princess lived and take only a select few items while she was at the fight,” the source told BOSSIP. “He continued to insist that her friends had most likely robbed her and that he was the only person she could trust. This was an attempt to get her to cut all ties to friends and move closer to him so that he could have total control. He lied and manipulated, so when he had slipped up about certain information regarding the robbery everything had become clear.”

“I know for a fact that he wants the women he is involved with to completely rely on him,” the insider told BOSSIP. “Just how he was extremely against Princess Love going back to school or starting her own clothing line. Now as everyone can see, she is free to do as she pleases, is pursuing her fashion dreams and that obviously pisses him off. Why else did he never mention the fact that they were no longer together when all of these things came out? Because he would much rather people see him as the victim and tarnish her name instead.”

You can check out the text messages and judge for yourself. But Mayweather should know that athletes’ jump-offs and side chicks determine their worth based on their seating at events. This could have all been avoided with better planning.


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