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Friday, October 24, 2014

Audio: Floyd Mayweather Jr. Owned in Interview by Rude Jude After Playing Race Card

Floyd Mayweather Jr. has been accused of ducking Manny Pacquiao over the past few years. Floyd has denied the accusations, but the facts tell a different story.

In 2009, Floyd said he had nothing to gain from fighting Manny. Then in September, Floyd was caught backtracking from saying he planned to fight Pacquiao next.

After hearing that radio host Rude Jude was accusing him of ducking Pac Man, Floyd called into The All Out Show to defend himself. Things started off calmly before getting heated.

“I guess somebody has something against me,” Floyd said.

Rude Jude replied “No, I said you were afraid to fight Pacquiao. That you were ducking Pacquiao. You always using steroids as an excuse. You’re bigger than him anyway — you should be able to whoop his ass steroids or not.”

Floyd tried to argue that he’s never said Pacquaio used steroids. His father, Floyd Mayweather Sr., has accused Pacquiao of using performance-enhancers. Floyd Mayweather Jr. may not have said directly that Manny uses steroids, but he’s linked to articles on his Twitter account that suggest Pac Man uses them.

Their argument continued.

“Why are you so sensitive?” Rude Jude asked. “You’re not allowed to be sensitive and duck fights.”

Once Rude Jude said that Pacquiao beat opponents worse than Floyd, an offended Mayweather played the race card.

“I guarantee you you’re not black,” a defensive Mayweather said. “What are you? Spanish, Latin, what are you?”

After saying race did not matter, Rude Jude continued picking apart Mayweather’s history in the ring.

“We know you’re racial profiling,” Mayweather said angrily. “The black man always get it the hardest way. We always going to get to the top. We always going to rise to the occasion.”

Mayweather then called the host a f****t to end the interview.

Here’s an audio clip to hear the whole interview (edited to omit profanity and offensive content). You can go to World Star Hip Hop to hear the unedited version.

Glove touch to Luke Thomas for the heads up.



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