Floyd Mayweather has again shown off his massive fortune after sharing his newly-acquired Rolls Royce Phantom
- The luxury car is dubbed "private jet of the road" and it was shared to the joy of his ardent followers on Instagram
- This former boxer sure loves his cars
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The American sports celebrity remains one of the biggest names to ever walked the boxing trajectory with the grandeur of championship, social prestige and the financial strength to prove it.
Showing his extravagant personality, the 41-year-old retired boxer set social media ablaze by bringing himself into the middle of a conversation with an eye-catching show of wealth.
Donning light blue jeans and lovely pair of snickers, the boxing legend seems to be proud of his lavish lifestyle after adding the expensive Rolls Royce Phantom - reportedly worth $600k (about R8 588 475 00) - to his fleet of sophisticated cars.
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Mayweather, who wore a popular but costly Louis Vuitton jacket over a round-neck polo, gave a sublime majestic pose in the front of the car as his fans hailed him religiously.
"Who would love to have the lifestyle?" a fan commented.
Others commented with emojis of money.
Briefly.co.za knows that Mayweather had an incredible career before hanging the gloves after his victory over Irish UFC star Conor MacGregor in 2017.
The former WBC welterweight and junior middleweight champion boasts of 50-0 undefeated streaks in boxing history throughout his professional career.
Earlier, it was reported that Floyd Mayweather's son, Zion, proved to the world that money is not his problem as long as his father is alive.
The 19-year-old showed off photos of his Mercedes SUV which cost over $40,000 (roughly R571 855 48) on his Instagram page. Zion is seen posing in different styles as he displayed his powerful car for his over 180 000 followers.
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