40-year-old Floyd Mayweather pretty much has it all in life. The fame, the success, the money, the cars, the houses, and, apparently, a lot of girls. The American professional boxing promoter and retired professional boxer competed from 1996 to 2017 and held 15 world titles in five weight classes. He has a successful love life also, as he recently revealed the number of his current girlfriends. He does not settle for one, apparently.
For the now retired boxer, more is better, and that includes girlfriends. He actually has seven of them. In an interview outside a strip club, he revealed the love he shares between a number of other halves. Speaking to Diego from Awkward Puppets, he claimed that having one girlfriend ‘is too close to having none’.
He even says that some of them travel together, which must be awkward for the girls.
However, being the girlfriend of a mega-money superstar like Mayweather is not so easy after all. Abi Clarke, Floyd Mayweather’s British girlfriend, was reportedly subject to horrific abuse in the build up to her partner’s boxing match with Conor McGregor last month. Shockingly, fans of the fighting Irishman reportedly threw a brick through the 25-year-old’s window. Whether it’s something related to jealousy, it has not been decided.
The media reported that the brick was accompanied by a note which said: “Fuck the Mayweathers,” and was allegedly thrown into her property at 3am on a Thursday night. She also had verbal abuse earlier that week when three men confronted her and said: “You plastic slag… You’re loose. Mayweather’s gonna die.”
A source close to Clarke told the Daily Star: “It has been a real-life nightmare for Abi. The stuff she has had to deal with has been tough to take”.
“She is genuinely worried about her safety. There are concerns that the worst could happen if things get out of control.”
“It was horrific. Abi was understandably shaken by what happened,” a close friend of Clarke told the Daily Star.
She was offered support, but felt disturbed and started panicking. It is quite understandable that she was in panic.
“It had all come out of nowhere and she didn’t know what to make of it. She was sobbing and shaking.”
Despite the attack and the aftermath, she didn’t contact police or intervene, claiming she didn’t see the point.
“She doesn’t see the point. She’s been to them before when being harassed and the explanation always was that she’s in the public eye, so there’s nothing they can do about it,” her friend said.