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Ms. Jackson & Mayweather Officially Break Up; Floyd Repos Her Gifts

by Robert Littal | Posted on Saturday, April 12th, 2014
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This was more like a contract than a relationship.

When the contract ran out, Floyd took back all his stuff (the cars, clothes, bags, jewelry and etc) and even her Instagram page according to Miss Jackson.

Mayweather and Jackson have been together-ish for at least 4 years … with Floyd proposing with a $10 million diamond ring back in 2013. 

But things went extremely sour between the two — and now, Shantel’s rep tells us the relationship is done for good. 

“Miss Jackson has moved on with her life from Floyd and is saddened that she has had to deal with many problematic and dramatic situations from the media since their break up.” 

Jackson’s rep says Shantel’s Instagram account was mysteriously shut down in the wake of the split — and she suspects it was a hit job from someone she knows personally.  We’re told Shantel is currently trying to get her account up and running again. 

It is alleged that anything that Floyd gifts to his ladies comes with a contract and everything is always in his name, so in the event of something like this, he can legally repossess the items.

What gifts Miss Jackson was able to keep, she has been pawning off to make ends meet.  The writing had been on the wall for a while considering she was ghost from Mayweather’s last two fights and he has spotlighted his other ladies much more frequently.  No word of if Miss Jackson will get the heart tattoos removed she had for every Mayweather victory.

The problems started for Miss Jackson when she started hanging out with 50 Cent while Floyd was in jail and there was some other rumors of cheating while Floyd was locked up.  It was never the same after that.

Good luck to Miss Jackson in her future endeavors.

Miss Shantel Jackson

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