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Tuesday, November 25, 2014

Floyd Mayweather jealous Nelly took ex-girlfriend Shantel Jackson

Nelly Miss Jackson

Floyd Mayweather has lashed out at ex-girlfriend/ex-fiancee Shantel Jackson over social media many times since the two broke up, but he never got quite as personal about it until last week.

Floyd posted on his Facebook page that the reason he and Miss Jackson broke up is because she got an abortion. It’s pretty obvious that Floyd crossed the line by sharing that information with the entire world, but that’s the the type of immature behavior we’re used to seeing from him. It was also easy to connect the dots and figure that Floyd was ticked off that Shantel’s moved on to another man — rapper Nelly.

TMZ reported that Floyd was bothered because Nelly used to be in his circle of friends and the boxer felt betrayed. They also say Floyd knew what he was doing was wrong when he posted about the abortion, but he just couldn’t control himself.

Nelly responded to the story on Friday, posting a pair of notes on Instagram. In one message, he denied ever being friends with Floyd, instead saying they just knew each other from clubs. He also says Floyd tried to get with his ex-girlfriend.

“Me and Floyd being such good friends is a total shock to me considering we have never exchanged numbers, never been invited to a fight, never been to his house, never ate lunch, we never have hung out anywhere other than seeing each other in a club! Floyd could be confusing his relationship with me with his relationship with my ex for whom he has exchanged numbers and has flown personally to attend His weekend in Michigan which I wasn’t invited (guess I wasn’t in the circle of friends then) lol.

“I have great respect for him as far as him being a true champion in his sport but homies ..?? Circle of friends ..? Nahh … Good luck to him tho keep making history champ.”

What goes around comes around, eh Floyd? He needs to get his head screwed on straight before his fight.



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