50 Cent Roasts Floyd Mayweather Over Reading, Writing Skills & His Reaction To Gucci Boycott (PIC)

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Across the nation, African-Americans have begun to boycott Gucci over a controversial sweater that looked like blackface. Many celebs have joined in on the boycott, all but Floyd Mayweather.

The retired boxing champ made it clear he has no interest in joining in the fake outrage that people are having over this, only for them to continue to buy their products months later with no memory of the boycott as he told TMZ.

“I’m not no follower, I do what the f–k I wanna do,” the boxer said while on a massive shopping spree with his crew at the Gucci store in Beverly Hills.

“You know when everybody else, they say, ‘Everybody gonna boycott?’ I say, guess what, this boy gonna get on a yacht and live life,” Mayweather continued.

Mayweather heard the backlash from his words, so he went and posted a lengthy post to explain his actions:

Rapper 50 Cent, who has been at war with Mayweather for years, took to Instagram hours later and posted a real version of what Mayweather wrote without the help of people around him.

It was quite hilarious:

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?champ must have heard that TI song he big time mad. LOL #bransoncognac #lecheminduroi #bellator

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