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“I Will Always Love You Unconditionally” – Floyd Mayweather Responds to Daughter’s Criticism

“I Will Always Love You Unconditionally” – Floyd Mayweather Responds to Daughter’s Criticism

The personal life of Floyd Mayweather has been in a bit of disarray this year. Moreover, the complications seem to come up one after the other.

The mother of Floyd’s three children, Josie Harris, was found dead in her car earlier this year in March. Shortly after, his long time trainer and uncle Roger Mayweather also died due at the age of 58. One of Floyd’s daughter was also charged with stabbing the mother of the child of rapper N.B.A. YoungBoy.

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While all this mainly took place in the early half of the year, it seemed that the worse was over for the undefeated pugilist. However, the recent comments made by one of his daughters over his parenting have attracted the attention of the media.

Jirah had criticized his father, Floyd Mayweather, indirectly on social media

The 16-year old daughter of ‘Money’ seems to be deeply affected by the untimely passing of her mother. Another challenge for her to deal with is the change in parenting. She didn’t mention any names explicitly. Regardless, it seems highly likely that she was throwing shade at her own father.

“going from a parent who put ur happiness before theirs to a parent who puts their happiness before yours is probably one of the most frustrating thing ever,” she wrote on Twitter.

Mayweather responded to her daughter with words of encouragement. However, he later deleted the post from Instagram.

“@jirahmilan, I will always love you unconditionally and always know that you can accomplish anything you set your mind to. There is no limit to how far you can go in life. Always put God first and everything else will fall in place,” Mayweather wrote, as per a screenshot captured by The Shade Room.

Jirah is the youngest of the three children that Floyd Mayweather and Josie Harris had together. Mayweather and Haris weren’t on the best of terms and were even involved in a $20 million lawsuit. However, following Josie’s death, Mayweather has posted a lot about his ex-wife on his social media.

The personal tragedies also had an impact on Floyd’s professional life. He was earlier planning for a return to the ring in 2020. However, the plans were put on hold. Regardless, the former champ keeps posting videos of him training and staying in shape.

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