Super Bowl LVIII Bash: Floyd Mayweather Collabs With Meek Mill to Invite Fans to His $4.5 Million Skating Rink

Published 02/12/2024, 2:39 PM EST

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There has never been a boxer as popular as Floyd Mayweather. The man has been called ‘Money’ signifying his insane financial grapple. As if being a multi-millionaire was not enough, Mayweather has ventured into many side businesses. However, One of his most recent ones is his roller skating rink called Skate Rock City.

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Being situated in Las Vegas, it is a center of attraction for many tourists and Mayweather’s fans alike. In the aftermath of the Super Bowl LVIII in Las Vegas, the afterparty found its way to the skating rink for Floyd and his friends. It was also a perfect opportunity to capitalize on the countless fans who came to attend the game. Famous rapper Meek Mill posted an Instagram reel declaring his presence in the rink along with the boxer right after the game in an attempt to lure them. And by the looks of the crowd at the rink, the stunt might just have been successful.

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Costing him a whopping $4.5 million, Skate Rock City has become a hotspot for youngsters to hang out in Vegas. In his latest advertisement for Rock City, Mayweather can be seen skating along with many other people. The event that is being held at the place is called Skate Jam with doors opening at 7 pm for his 21+ customers. The clip shared by rapper Meek Mill features many skaters doing tricks around the rink and having fun.

Marketing the event as a chance to get to skate with him, Mill urged fans to come down to the rink. The duo had previously shared the rink, making them ideal hosts for the occasion. Before arriving at the rink, Mayweather and his friends were at the Super Bowl LVIII, with an entire suite all to themselves. Guess how much he paid for it?

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Floyd Mayweather breaks the internet, revealing how much he spent on the Super Bowl suite

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Mayweather has never shied away from displaying his ostentatious spending habits. However, this time he might’ve just outdone himself by revealing that he spent over $1.1 million on a Super Bowl suite for him and his 34 compatriots. Mayweather revealed the purchase on Instagram, adding, “I don’t kiss a** and I never have to beg for nothing especially not to get a Super Bowl suite. I don’t mind accepting invites at times, but one things for sure… The person that’s paying does all the saying.”

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Right after revealing this information, Mayweather also revealed the tax that he paid. He wrote, posting an image of the check, “Just before I paid that light million and change for those little Super Bowl things, I had to pay the IRS, also known as Uncle Sam, $18,047,181.This is what I owed in taxes while I was retired, so imagine what I was paying when I was activated.”

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With Floyd Mayweather getting involved in more and more businesses, only time will tell how much his wealth will surge in the coming days. What do you think he will buy next? Tell us in the comments below.

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