Floyd Mayweather Shares Why He Won’t “Speak Bad” About Diddy Amid Sexual Assault Allegations (Video)

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Roomies, Floyd Mayweather has sparked reactions after sharing his thoughts on Diddy amid the recent sexual assault allegations and lawsuits.

As The Shade Room previously reported, in November 2023, Diddy was accused of sexual assault, abuse, and trafficking by his ex-girlfriend Cassie. Since then, numerous lawsuits have been filed against the music mogul, accusing him of similar acts.

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Here’s What Floyd Mayweather Said

Mayweather appeared as a guest for an episode of ‘The Pivot Podcast’ released on Tuesday, February 20, via YouTube. About seven minutes into his appearance on the show, the former pro boxer mentioned Diddy.

“Even like P. Diddy — I’m not gonna speak bad about P. Diddy ’cause he’s still a Black man… mistakes happen,” he explained. “And I can’t say if it is or it’s not a mistake. But things happen in life.”

Mayweather explained, “P. Diddy’s business is P. Diddy’s business.” Additionally, he claimed it’s not his job “or anyone else’s job to go on the internet and stomp him or kick him while he’s down.”

“My take on it is, it’s not my business,” he continued. “I don’t think it’s right at all, and I don’t condone it. Even if it happened to my daughter, I would be hurt. But that’s a choice that my daughter made.”

Mayweather concluded his statements by reiterating that he “doesn’t want to kick nobody while they’re down.”

At that point, one of the co-hosts, Ryan Clark, chimed in to disagree with Mayweather’s thoughts.

Watch the moment below.

Social Media Reacts

Social media users entered The Shade Room’s comment section to share their mixed reactions to Mayweather’s statement. Many appeared to reference reports of Mayweather being accused of domestic abuse against several women.

Instagram user @ceebeauty1 wrote, This a REAL man no gossiping, just minding the business that pays him… bring back real men”

While Instagram user @realbriamyles added, What minding the business that pays you looks like 👏🏾 well done”

Instagram user @vickiirvin remarked,…Taking the stance of it’s not my business is understandable though when you’ve gotten jammed up yourself. Like what else can he say?”

While Instagram user @mshealthycanbegood added, Floyd’s hands aren’t clean either so I can understand why he won’t speak on it. Pot meet kettle 🤷🏾‍♀️😅🔮”

Instagram user @whoisclayjames wrote, Y’all gotta start learning to say ‘I’d rather not talk about that. I’m here to talk about what I got going.'”

While Instagam user @fred_peezy added, Rich men justifying rich men BEHAVIOR. This is how it sounds when you have your own skeletons 😢”

Additionally, some users praised Clark for his response to Mayweather.

Instagram user @mylifeizdope wrote, I like how Homey corrected Floyd who basically said if his daughter got abused it was her fault….🤬🤬🤬🤬🤬 I pray that’s not what he meant @floydmayweather what exactly did you mean?”

While Instagram user @thareal_jassie added, Who is that in the silver. Because he completely completely understands!”

Instagram user @still_barbie24 wrote, That man in the sliver jacket very smart and a good man … that’s all I’m gonna say about that …”

While Instagram user @nischelleturner remarked, Ryan Clark is a national treasure 🙏🏽”

The Former Professional Boxer Also Spoke About NBA YoungBoy

During the interview, Mayweather also opened up about his current relationship with NBA YoungBoy. The 46-year-old explained that he and the rapper speak regularly.

As The Shade Room previously reported, Mayweather is the grandfather of one of NBA YoungBoy’s children with Yaya Mayweather. Mayweather went viral in January after he shared a video of money stacks he allegedly sent to the rapper.

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