Mayweather fights with T.I. and 50 Cent over supporting Gucci after blackface controversy

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Floyd Mayweather has sounded off against T.I. after the Atlanta rapper released a diss track geared toward the fighter and his support of Gucci.

The track - called 'F**k N***a' - was released on Thursday and its artwork features a picture of the retired boxer wearing the sweater that has since been pulled by Gucci.

Text - Image - F**k - N***a - Someone

Text under the image states that F**k N***a means someone 'who isn't about any of the s**t he or she claims to be; term used in the south, someone you don't like or who isn't solid; one that goes against his people and against code; a person who does ignorant s**t and deserves to get dealt with accordingly for their stupidity and/or b********s. Synonym f**k boy.'

The song was released after Mayweather visited a Gucci Store and left with multiple shopping bags, carried by an entourage, the Business Insider reports.

Song - Mayweather - Name - Issues - Disappearance

While the song does not mention Mayweather by name, it does specifically ask why he hasn't helped with issues like the disappearance of black women across the country/globe and the Flint water crisis.

Flint is approximately two hours from Grand Rapids, where the 41-year-old was born and raised.

Mayweather - Thursday - Night - Rappers - Others

Mayweather responded on late Thursday night, questioning why the rappers and others were only boycotting Gucci for three months 'if what was done caused so much strife?'

The fighter suggested that people should have been boycotting parent company Kering S.A.

Day - Celebrities - Artist - Pick - Trending

He added: 'In this day, celebrities and failing artist pick and choose the hottest trending topic as a means of seeking attention and using fake advocacy as their platform when their "talent" no longer benefit them.

Mayweather - who once pleaded guilty to two counts of domestic violence - then goes on the offensive, claiming that the same celebrities 'stirring the pot' are also the same artists 'that inject rap...
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