Floyd Mayweather Meets Tekashi 6ix9ine: "I'm A Big Fan"
The two bumped into each other in a game of basketball charity.
It seems that Floyd Mayweather is a fan of the controversial rap-troll Tekashi 6ix9ine. While both attended The $50K Charity Challenge celebrity basketball game at UCLA on Tuesday (July 17), the undefeated boxer was seen approaching from the rainbow of hair color rapper — and it was captured on video.
"I'm a big fan," Mayweather can be heard saying in footage captured by TMZ. 6ix9ine shared the same feelings, to tell the star of the boxing that had to connect with him after the match.
The interaction was one of the last week's high notes for 6ix9ine. During the weekend, was released from Rikers Island, and has made its way to Texas to surrender to the authorities, despite the fact that quickly after posting a $5,000 bail. The charges stem from allegedly choking a teenager in a shopping center in Houston.
A court appearance is scheduled for this Friday (July 20). If convicted, 6ix9ine could spend up to a year behind bars. That potential sentence in which in addition to being the maximum of a year faces an alleged altercation with a police officer.
Despite facing possible imprisonment, 6ix9ine is playing the situation to promote your music on Instagram.
"I'm going to give you a last music video this Sunday before you go to jail forever," he wrote as a caption of his mug.
I'm going to give you a last music video this Sunday before going to jail forever :/
A post shared by 6 I X 9 I N E (@6ix9ine_) on July 17, 2018 at 3:43pm PDT