Floyd Mayweather Jr. Shared His Interesting Thoughts on Monogamy During His New "30 Days in May" Documentary

Floyd Mayweather Jr. Shared His Interesting Thoughts on Monogamy During His New "30 Days in May" Documentary

Floyd Mayweather Jr. is obviously no stranger to controversy. Throughout his career, he has said—and done—some really controversial things. So, it should come as no surprise to hear that his new 30 Days in May documentary that aired on Showtime last night was filled with controversial moments. But, Money May saved his most controversial statements for when he discussed females and monogamy. Specifically, he made mention of the fact that he believes that men should be able to have multiple partners (and, by "multiple," he apparently meant "dozens") if he's able to take care of and provide for them.

"Even though you can't drive ten cars at one time," he said, "you got people that got ten cars. So, you're able to keep maintenance on ten cars. So, I feel that as far as it comes to females, that same thing should apply. If you're able to take care of 20, then you should have 20."

Wow. Twenty chicks, dude? But, that's not all. During the doc, Floyd's main squeeze Shantel Jackson also spoke, and she seemed to cosign his behavior.

"I'm not the jealous type," she said. "I know who I am and I know where I stand. I just feel like when you have that type of relationship where you can be open and honest, I just think it helps the trust and it helps keep things new and fresh. So, it doesn't bother me and it's never bothered me. I just think when you let a man be him, he will respect you that much to not disrespect you."

Riiiiiiight. Sounds like Mayweather and Jackson have quite the relationship.

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[via Larry Brown Sports]

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