Floyd Mayweather has been a longtime, delusional Trump supporter. Back in September, the boxer said, “You never heard anything about Donald Trump being racist until he ran for president and won” — which is a damn lie. He also defended Trump’s “grab them by the p***y” comments by saying Trump is just a “real man” who talks like a “real man.” In addition, he proudly attended Trump’s inauguration.

Now, Floyd is pulling a Mariah Carey and saying, “I don’t know her.”

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TMZ caught up with Mayweather and asked him about Trump’s racist treatment toward Black NFL players, considering he is friends with Trump. Floyd responded with “Hold up, hold up, hold up. Friends is a strong word. … I know a lot of people. I knew Barack Obama. I know Donald Trump. I know a lot of people.”

Nonetheless, Mayweather wouldn’t be a “real man” and comment on the Philadelphia Eagles and the national anthem controversy, which was the question from TMZ. He cowardly responded by saying, “I don’t want my name in no bullsh*t. I’m out of it.”

Okay, but when Trump bragged about sexual assaulting women he gladly spoke on it. When people called out Trump’s racism, he defended him. But now, when it comes to Black players having their First Amendment rights threatened, he is suddenly silent? Sounds like Floyd is already in bullsh*t.

If distancing himself from Trump was an attempt to get out of the sunken place, then Mayweather seriously failed. Watch the boxer’s foolishness below:


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