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There are a lot of people who would like to see Floyd Mayweather apologize for, well, a lot of things. From his various domestic violence-related incidents to his over-the-top lifestyle that often rubs fans the wrong way, Mayweather has done many things to piss people off in recent years.
But last night, Mayweather took to his Instagram account and issued an apology that felt sort of strange. For whatever reason, he felt the need to apologize for the recent "childish" behavior of some of his friends and associates. He didn't mention anyone by name or allude to specific actions, but his apology was quite lengthy:
Sure I enjoy the company of my friends. I enjoy the unprecedented lifestyle my hard work has afforded me. I enjoy spending my free time traveling the world and having fun with my children- These are the things that mean most to me and I have become accustomed to blocking out negativity and refocusing my energy on those deserving of it...And more importantly, the people who bring me true happiness. With that said, I apologize for subjecting my fans and followers to the nonsense and childish behavior of some people close to me. At this level, I understand the acts of the company I keep is often a reflection of me and I take responsibility to make sure those type of antics are not tolerated or rewarded. Throwing stones is a sign of weakness- I choose to be strong. To My fans, your loyalty and support has given me the best 20 years I could ask for and while at the top, I plan to go out on top....see you back in the ring September 12th!
A photo posted by Floyd Mayweather (@floydmayweather) on Jul 9, 2015 at 6:10pm PDT
Problem is, it doesn't seem like people are 100 percent sure who or what he was apologizing for. Some have speculated that his IG post was in reference to two of his female "friends" who got into it on social media earlier this week, while others have guessed that it could be about Adrien Broner and the lawsuit that was just filed against him. Whatever the case, Mayweather is sorry…even if we don't know exactly what he's sorry for.
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