Photo shows Pretty Kobe chilling with boxing great Floyd Mayweather

Photo shows Pretty Kobe chilling with boxing great Floyd Mayweather

- Ghanaian rich-kid Pretty Kobe has been spotted chilling with world super boxer Floyd Mayweather

- In the photo that has gone viral, the Japan-based Ghanaian nightclub director posed for the camera with Mayweather and other friends

- Fans of the rich-kid, after seeing the photo, expressed admiration for Pretty Kobe and the boxer

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Popular Japan-based Ghanaian rich-kid Pretty Kobe, has been seen in a photo hanging out with Black-American boxer Floyd Mayweather.

In the photo, Pretty Kobe who is the CEO of Midas Touch Inc. was seen holding a bottle of champagne as Floyd Mayweather placed his hand around Kobe's neck.

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Deducing from the photo, it is evident that Pretty Kobe and Floyd Mayweather were hanging out in the club.

After posting the photo, Pretty Kobe captioned "TMT JAPAN @floydmayweather @theharlemhotboy @tmtjapan."

Fans of the popular rich-kid after seeing the photo expressed admiration for him:

@mamate2001 showered accolades on Pretty Kobe: "Cool dude."

@toeknee_eom expressed admiration for Pretty Kobe: "Mad respect brother ❤️."

@stonegodson heaped praise on Pretty Kobe: "One Family."

@bayoclifford had this to say: "Big bro."

@sikagariwest commented: "WELL ."

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Meanwhile, Pretty Kobe was in the news recently after photos of him flaunting a private jet popped up.

The young rich-kid was said to have bought the private jet as he was seen sleeping in it with his friend in one of the photos.

Over the period, photos of Pretty Kobe on Instagram together with reports, show that he is making a lot of money out there in Japan.

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