Mayweather Gets Last Laugh On Money
When last month, 50 Cent challenged Floyd Mayweather Jr.’s intelligence on social media, stating “If you can read one page of a Harry Potter book, n----, I’ll donate $750,000 to whatever charitable organization you want to,” the world champion boxer responded by posting his last two paychecks totaling upwards of $72,000,000 on Instagram with the caption, “Read this $72,276,000.”
Add to that the $30 million Mayweather’s September 13 rematch against Marcos Maidana in Las Vegas is expected to bring in. Fact is, when it comes to finances, Floyd “Money” Mayweather, who has a net worth of $170 million and is according to Forbes the world’s highest paid athlete, is no joke, recently getting tips from new friend, Warren Buffett on how to turn his money into even more.
“I had a great meeting with the $66.9 billion dollar man, Mr. Warren Buffett,” Mayweather reported on social media. “We talked about how we could turn a $100 million of my assets to $1 billion. Mr. Warren Buffett is the original founder of The Money Team, he’s just one of my billionaire buddies.”