- Floyd Mayweather is billed to take on YouTuber Logan Paul as the supposedly retired Mayweather returns to much-anticipated boxing action on June 6
- There was a scuffle between Mayweather and Logan Paul's brother Jake during their pre-bout press conference
- Jake Paul and 50 Cent have now continued to troll the boxing star ahead of the showdown
Floyd Mayweather had a face-off with Logan Paul's brother Jake Paul during their pre-bout press conference and 50 Cent has continued to troll the boxer.
It was only a matter of time before taunts flew in from 50 Cent after there was a scuffle between Jake Paul and 50 Cent during the briefing.
Hotnewhiphop are claiming that 50 Cent and Mayweather were childhood friends but they have taken to social media to potshot themselves in recent years.
The rap king is famous for trolling and has often times made a meme out of Mayweather, and this time around is no different.
Mayweather's heated reaction has been hailed as justified by his fans, but Fif cracked jokes about the champion boxer's facial hair.
50 Cent posted a screenshot of Mayweather's angry reaction and in his caption wrote:
"[eyeball emoji] WT* going on, on champ head [laughing emoji] I heard he had his pubic hairs put on his face. Lol."
The Power mogul isn't the only person teasing Mayweather as Jake Paul has taken to his Instagram Story to troll his boxing foe.
All is now set for Floyd Mayweather to step into the ring against his opponent YouTuber, Logan Paul on June 6, at the Hard Rock Stadium in Miami.
The undefeated 50-0 fighter made the announcement on his Instagram handle and also confirmed the date of the bout.
Paul's only fight in boxing was against fellow YouTuber KSI in November 2019, and it was decided in a split decision loss.
Meanwhile, Briefly News earlier reported that Andy Ruiz has reversed his decision about the outcome of the heavyweight clash between Anthony Joshua and Tyson Fury.
The two Brits are set to square off in a unification heavyweight fight slated for June this year in a yet-to-be-named venue. All four belts including the WBA, IBF, WBO titles held by Joshua and the WBC strap round the wait of Fury will be put on the line.
Ruiz Jr, once defeated Joshua courtesy of a seventh-round knockout but lost on a unanimous point decision in the rematch.
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Source: Briefly News