Mayweather offers to pay for George Floyd's funeral after tragedy

Mayweather offers to pay for George Floyd's funeral after tragedy

- Floyd Mayweather is ready to pay for the funeral of late George Floyd

- George Floyd recently died in America after being tortured by police

- Protesters in many parts of the world have been demanding justice for his death

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Boxing legend Floyd Mayweather has offered to pay for funeral expenses of the late George Floyd.

Floyd Mayweather's company confirmed this on social media and the family of the deceased accepted the gesture from the retired boxer who made so much money in boxing.

The 43-year-old Mayweather is said to have been so frustrated with the way George Floyd lost his life in the hands of the police, who refused to allow him stand.

Americans and many parts of the world are currently angry and sad about how police suffocated George Floyd until he died.

In the video, which has been circulating online, it can been seen that a policeman kneeled on George Floyd's neck while he was shouting for help.

The police were nonchalant about George Floyd's pleas that he was unable to breathe and he later died.

Protesters have been demonstrating in America, demanding justice, wanting the policeman who kneeled on George's neck to be fired and arrested.

READ ALSO: George Floyd: Police boss downs helmet and baton, joins protest march

Sports icons like Michael Jordan and Tiger Woods have also made their frustration known over the death of George Floyd. previously reported that police officers in Florida joined protestors to kneel and pray amid the ongoing protests in various parts of America.

George Floyd's cruel death at the hands of police officers sparked outrage across the US and protests emerged which were characterised by looting and clashes between law enforcers and demonstrators. learned that a solemn moment of prayer between officers and protesters played out in Coral Gables.

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Source: Briefly News

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