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G-Unit’s 50 Cent and boxing champion Floyd Mayweather, Jr. have the opportunity to become a lot richer with reports of a $10 million fight offer resting on the table.
According to reports, they both would receive $5 million to publicly take out their frustrations on one another face-to-face.
Rapper 50 Cent and boxing superstar Floyd Mayweather have been offered $5 million each to settle their beef inside a boxing ring. The two men, who were best friends, recently had a falling out over some business arrangements and have been slamming each other on Twitter. Eccentric billionaire Alki David and Celebrity Boxing Owner Damon Feldman have offered the men a huge pay day to square off in a three round boxing match. David says the match will air live on Filmon.com and Battlecam.com, two of his websites. (RumorFix)
The boxing promoter has also provided some context to why the fight would be on equal playing ground despite Fif’s lack of professional experience.
The men will have to wear headgear and the oversized boxing gloves for the three two-minute rounds. “50 has been Boxing for years and has a sizeable difference over Floyd but it equals out with Floyd’s experience,” says Alki. Alki most recently offered Chris Brown and Drake $5 Million each to settle their grudge over Rihanna in the ring, but Drake pulled out of the potential match. (RumorFix)
Despite the offer, Fif recently revealed they allegedly staged their Twitter feud.
“I’m sick of all this nonsense Floyd asked me to act like were fighting cause no one was paying any attention after his 60 days.#SMSaudio,” Fif tweeted November 5th.
“Domestic violence is very serious my apologies,my grand mother said we need to stop playing I’m done sorry#SK”
“I know some the thing we do in hip hop for shock value are wrong. He just wanted some attention Floyd is like a brother to me.#SMSaudio”
“I always tweet thing for him like follow his fiancée and help promote him but one, I’m done with please don’t ask me about it. #SMSaudio” (50 Cent’s Twitter)
Prior to 50’s comments, Mayweather, Jr. took shots at the G-Unit head last weekend.
“Wayne, Kanye, Ross and Drake are running the rap world.”
“Men lie.. women lie numbers don’t lie. Wayne, Drake, Rick Ross, Kanye please help this boy pic.twitter.com/C90vrO5q” (Floyd Mayweather, Jr.’s Twitter)