“Christmas went but not Santa Claus” Floyd Mayweather hands over $100 bills to kids at Lakers game 

Mayweather did not take any candy in return for the cash, a sign that he's taking his upcoming exhibition match later this month pretty dang seriously.

Floyd Mayweather
Floyd Mayweather

Be it his star-studded and hyped boxing showdown with Conor McGregor, or perhaps Youtuber turned boxer Logan Paul, Floyd Mayweather is always known to make some big bucks. While the legendary boxing is never quiet in bragging about his wealth either, he surely knows how to make fans happy. With Christmas already going by, it seems like Moneyweather turned Santa Claus a little late. 

During one of Los Angeles Lakers showdown, Floyd Mayweather was in attendance. Given that, his love for NBA is unmatched, he surely made his visit count by handing over $100 bills to kids. In total, he gave away a total of almost $400 to $500 to those kids, stating that they did nothing wrong in an attempt to sell candies. 

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Floyd Mayweather shows ‘Richness’ by handing over money to kids at Lakers game 

Floyd-Mayweather
Floyd-Mayweather

The legendary boxer stated as per TMZ, “I’m all about giving back to the kids.” He forked over cash to youngsters who were trying to sell candy bars at Crypto.com Arena. “The kids out here selling candy, they ain’t doing nothing wrong.” 

Floyd Mayweather then promised to repeat the gesture “every time” he sees them at the games going forward. Lastly, Mayweather did not take any candy in return for the cash, a sign that he’s taking his upcoming exhibition match later this month pretty dang seriously. 

Floyd Mayweather
Floyd Mayweather

With Floyd’s appearance at the Lakers vs Bucks game, the home side went onto lose despite a late surge. Moreover, being on the 9th spot in the Western Conference after suffering their latest defeat against the Golden State Warriors, the Lakers need to throw the kitchen sink in order to revive their 2021-22 season.  

Giannis Antetokounmpo with LeBron James
Giannis Antetokounmpo with LeBron James

That being said, Lakers need to improve their form drastically as they have one of the toughest remaining schedules in the NBA after the All-Star break. With top-teams remaining to be fight out against, the purple and gold army will have their test done much before the playoffs (if they reach). Can Floyd Mayweather’s loved team pull off the most insane comeback? Remains to be seen.

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