50 Cent Gives His Thoughts On Floyd Mayweather Domestic Battery Complaint
Rapper 50 Cent turns to Twitter to voice his opinion on the domestic battery complaint against his associate Floyd Mayweather.
Queens rapper 50 Cent took to Twitter to express his thoughts on boxing champ Floyd Mayweather being sought after by police for questioning following an alleged physical altercation with the mother of his children Josie Harris.
"She alleges he hit her. We're looking for him to get his side of the story," Officer Barbara Morgan, a Las Vega police spokeswoman, explained to USAToday.com. "We're looking to talk to him as a potential suspect."
50 Cent explained that he believes that a friend of Harris’ who lives with her may be heightening the situation between Harris and Mayweather.
“She has a girlfriend that stays in the guesthouse that floyd is paying for her as child support that is helping fuel the situation,” said 50 Cent via Twitter early this morning (September 10).
USA Today reports that Harris filed a similar complaint against Mayweather in 2005, but recanted.
“I speak to floyd every day he like my brother his babys mother did this shit befor in 2003 dragged him to court then said he didn't hit her,” said 50 Cent.
According to Mayweather’s attorney he is more than willing to cooperate with police in their investigation.