Tongues Left Wagging After Retired Boxer Floyd Mayweather Claims; “I Was There When Tupac Died” [Video]

Former boxing champion, Floyd Mayweather has made an interesting revelation about the d€ath of legendary American rapper, Tupac Shakur.

Tupac di€d on September 13, 1996 at the age of 25 following a shootout in L.a.s V.e.g.a.s.

According to Mayweather, he witnessed the events of that fateful day as the rapper was shot and rushed to the hospital twenty-seven years ago.

“The car pulled up here and shot Tupac,” Mayweather said as he vividly narrates the incident in a video that has since gone viral on social media.

“Car went that way, I was over here, right here in 1996, where Tupac got k¡lled,” he added.

Tupac was widely revered for his revolutionary lifestyle and his rapping skills. He is considered as one of the greatest rappers of all-time following his influence on the genre.

Meanwhile, Mayweather, who has retired from boxing is actively involved in nurturing the next generation of fighters.

The 46-year-old ended his career with an unbeaten record in 50 professional fights, as reported by BBC.

Mayweather was recently in Africa, where he visited Zimbabwe and South Africa.

How fans reacted:

@nijigasakilove wrote:

Why is everyone farming engagement off Tupac d€ath

@AustinBlagoon also posted:

Floyd Mayweather can’t even read a single page of a Harry Potter book, I doubt this is true

@crankygameplays tweeted:

Floyd smoked the good stuff before recording this

@I_Am_Winter quizzed:

Why’s he now saying it

Earlier, Sports Brief reported that Floyd Mayweather Jr is undoubtedly considered one of the greatest boxers in the history of the sport, and his extravagant lifestyle has made him a beloved figure among fans.

Even after retiring with a remarkable 50-0 record, he continues to command headlines, with his social media posts sparking significant reactions.

However, the 46-year-old encountered his match when he came across British heavyweight boxer Anthony Joshua at an event.

Boxing legend, Floyd Mayweather, has embarked on an African tour, making stops in various cities across the continent.

The American icon’s tour aims to promote local boxers under his brand, The Money Team.

In the past few days, the former Light Middleweight champion made a notable visit to Zimbabwe, accompanied by his entire entourage.

Sports Brief

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