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Earl Hayes, the son of Isaac Hayes and one Floyd Mayweather's friends who was once signed to his label, Philthy Rich Records, was found dead earlier today. According to TMZ, neighbors in an L.A. apartment complex heard gunshots and a woman screaming earlier this morning. A SWAT team was called in, and upon arriving on the scene, found two bodies: Hayes' and his wife Stephanie Moseley. Moseley was a star of the VH1 show "Hit the Floor," and has done backup dancing for Chris Brown and Britney Spears.
Hayes' life coach, Burrel L. Wilks III, spoke to NBC Los Angeles earlier today. "I've had sit downs with both of them so whatever happened behind those doors we'll never know, but I heard out of her own mouth, he never raised a hand on her so this is kind of stunning," Wilks told NBC.
We'll update as more details become available, but it's being reported as a murder suicide right now
UPDATE: TMZ is now reporting that Floyd Mayweather Jr. was on Facetime with Hayes during the tragic incident. Hayes reportedly told Floyd what he was planning to do while Floyd pleaded with him to not go through with it. Floyd would not reveal how much he saw, but did confirm that he was a witness and heard everything.
Friends of Hayes expressed their thoughts on Twitter:
I'm n tears over my bro hayes. He had one of the coolest spirits ever. Stayed having me Rollin RIP family— Hit-Boy (@Hit_Boy) December 8, 2014
Heartbroken at the news about my brother Earl Hayes and what happened. Don't know what else to even say.— DJ SKEE (@djskee) December 8, 2014
RIP Hayes, @floydmayweather you are my little brother. All can think about is what you said to me up stairs. Don't you ever do nothing to your self no matter what champ. We can fall out and fight or what ever,but I don't want to see you go out like that. #SMSAUDIO #POWER #FRIGO
A photo posted by 50 Cent (@50cent) on Dec 12, 2014 at 1:23pm PST