UPDATE: Mayweather (or someone on his team) has responded to the b(l)acklash via a lengthy message on his Instagram, which you can read below.
If you didn’t hear, Floyd Mayweather doesn’t care that Gucci is in hot water for decidedly racist clothing (it seems like blackface is the latest trend these days). For that reason, T.I. has decided to send a strong message to his former (still current?) foe via the new track “F*** N***a, which you can press play on below.
The sad thing is, “Money” Mayweather probably won’t be changing his tune for anybody.
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These people are playing hopscotch. First, they're supposedly boycotting the NFL but as soon as the Super Bowl came around, they were either at the game, watching it on TV or throwing Super Bowl parties. Last week, it was R Kelly, this week it’s Gucci. People boycott for trend but turn around and still shop at H&M and watch the NFL.
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