After a Floyd Mayweather press conference comment about an alleged sexual relationship with the wife of T.I. was apparently taken out of context, Tiny herself responded and supported the boxer's claims that the quote was misreported.
In an Instagram post last weekMayweather wrote the following: "At the press conference, I said ' he thinks I was f*cking his b*tch'. I DID NOT say ' I was f*cking his b*tch'. I've never been with Tiny sexually. I respect her situation and I thinks she's a good person. I would never disrespect a marriage.
Visiting The Rickey Smiley Morning Show in support of her new single and to address the situation, Tiny agreed that "he didn't say that."
"Actually, I went back to it because first of all that is so untrue, she said. "I could just not imagine him saying, 'Oh yeah, I did that.' So, I had to go back [and] put my earbuds on so I could really, really hear. When he says it he said, 'He thought...' but when he says it his head is kind of like turned to the side. If you look at his mouth, his mouth is moving, he's saying, 'He thought.' So, he didn't really say that for real, for real. Everybody took it and the press, that's what they do. But he didn't say that 'cause that never happened. He's never been in a room with me by myself. Anytime that he's been around me it's been people like this. So I couldn't imagine him saying, 'Yeah, I did that.'"
Responding to comments that it "wasn't cool" that the boxer referred to her by the "B word," Tiny said, "Yeah well, you know, I can't say that it was. You right."
The initial press conference quote was in response to a question about Mayweather's apparent rift with T.I. In May, the two confronted one another at a Fatburger restaurant in Las Vegas.
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