Floyd Mayweather: Hip Hop Artists "Come And Go, But I'm Still Here"

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Floyd Mayweather: Hip Hop Artists "Come And Go, But I'm Still Here"

Floyd Mayweather: "They rap about certain things, but I really live it."

Floyd Mayweather, who has been feuding with 50 Cent, Nelly and T.I. in recent months, addressed rappers in an interview with M Live

"Of course, Hip Hop artists, they come and go," Mayweather says. "They come and go. But I'm still here.

"I'm relevant," he adds. "My life is the shit. I'm something to talk about...What's so crazy is this: You know, when people are not relevant, and they're not moving units like they was once moving...You've got to realize, I've been relevant for 18 years."

"I don't have anything negative to say about any Hip Hop artist," he says. "A lot of times, you see a lot of these rap artists, they rap about certain things, but I really live it. Every home that I have is paid for, every car that I have is paid for, and I am a hundred-million-dollar man. I mean, this is the truth, it's not a lie...I mean, if these guys claim that they're doing certain numbers and certain units, then we'll see. My fight's already sold out. You could take me anywhere. You could take me to the moon, and believe me, everybody's going to try to take a trip to the moon to watch me fight."

Last month, Nelly mocked Floyd Mayweather and his education

50 Cent recently joked about Nelly's relationship with Floyd Mayweather's ex-girlfriend, saying, "He took your lady, champ."

T.I. and Tiny Harris have also been involved in an ongoing feud with the boxer, a feud that has included a fight and a profanity-laced press conference.  

For more on Floyd, view the DX Daily below.

 

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