Shantel Jackson and Floyd Mayweather were on the rocks in their relationship several times last year, but the two have officially broken up.
Floyd and Miss Jackson were together for around four years and even engaged to be married. The first report about their separation came last June, and several other reports followed. But Miss Jackson attended Floyd’s September fight with Canelo Alvarez, and a few days later Floyd told Howard Stern the engagement was still on. Floyd was probably just trying to save face at that point.
In February we shared that the relationship had been over for a few months, and just a few days ago TMZ confirmed that the relationship is definitely over. But there was some drama in between, which seems to be the pattern for Floyd.
Last week, MediaTakeOut reported that Floyd shut down Miss Jackson’s Instagram account. Apparently Floyd owned the account as part of his business dealings and had her sign an agreement under those pretenses. He let her keep the account after the breakup, but he supposedly repossessed it after she was using it to promote club appearances. Jackson’s rep confirmed that the account was mysteriously shut down for a few days.
I didn’t really notice much with her Instagram account, except she did go silent on April 9 and 10 — right before MTO published their story — despite previously posting things to her account on almost a daily basis. So that definitely seemed to explain things. Whatever the case, Miss Jackson definitely got her Instagram account back.
Since April 11, Miss Jackson has been uploading pictures to her account every day. She’s even promoted club appearances she’s making. And it’s definitely the same Instagram account where she had over 200,000 followers, so Floyd obviously let her keep it.
Below are a few of the pictures she has been sharing on her Instagram:
Oh yeah, Miss Jackson definitely got her Instagram account back.
What do you think? Did Floyd make her trade back her jewelry gifts in exchange for the account? No way he was generous enough to let her have it back without a tradeoff, right?Google+