I shop just like Santa Claus,” $450 million worth ‘VVVVVIP’ Floyd Mayweather shops with Himalaya bag full of cash in closed Luxury store
The flamboyant TBE former champion, Floyd Mayweather flexes his VIP status at an empty luxury store.
Floyd Mayweather (image credit- Instagram)
Floyd Mayweather Jr. is famous for his flamboyant and extravagant lifestyle. Recently, Mayweather flexed his special VVIP Christmas shopping on his Instagram story.
Mayweather is often touted as one of the highest-earning athletes of all time. Throughout his career, he earned substantial amounts from his fights, and his matches often generated record-breaking pay-per-view revenues. Hence, Floyd Mayweather often likes to spend his massive wealth in a flamboyant way and purchase flashy things. Similarly, the way Mayweather shops is also unique and special since he was seen shopping at an empty luxury shop. Furthermore, Mayweather uploaded a story on Instagram stating:
I shop just like Santa Claus. By myself, late.
As such, Mayweather showed off his shopping skills with a Himalayan bag full of cash in a closed luxury store. In addition, Mayweather mentioned how shopping in an empty luxury store is one of the perks of being a VIP. Mayweather then proceeded to show his cash inside the bag and the empty store that he was shopping in.
In addition to his boxing career, Mayweather has ventured into various business endeavors. He has promoted his fights, invested in real estate, and endorsed numerous brands. His business acumen has contributed to his overall wealth.
Floyd Mayweather’s hardships while growing up
Mayweather’s childhood was not without challenges. Mayweather’s parents went through a tumultuous relationship, leading to their separation when he was still a child.
His father’s career was cut short due to an injury, and he ended up selling drugs to make ends meet. During this time, he and his family were living in a house with no power, and according to Mayweather, he would come home and find drugs on the front lawn and in the house.
His father was arrested in 1992, and his uncle Roger started boxing lessons with him. It wasn’t until four years later, when he won bronze at the Olympics, that he began his meteoric rise to the top.
Of course, it all paid off, as he went on to win several titles and become the highest-paid boxer of all time. Given the environment he was raised in, it’s easy to see why he’d buy a lot of cars and yachts, as fans have seen in recent times.
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