- Floyd Mayweather recently flaunted a Ghana flag in a photo on social media
- The photo excited some Ghanaians as it sparked talk of Mayweather coming to Ghana
- It turns out it was no ordinary flag but an expensive Louis Vuitton fashion accessory
- Dubbed the LV Flags Fur Scarf, it costs $13, 900 and $37,000 for the mini and maxi versions
Our Manifesto: This is what YEN.com.gh believes in
Former undisputed world welterweight boxing champion, Floyd Mayweather, has been showing his fondness for Ghana in recent times.
On Wednesday, November 20, 2019, Mayweather shared a new photo in which he had a scarf partly made of a Ghana flag and the United States flag.
The photo of Mayweather flaunting the Ghana flag went viral on social media as it sparked talks of the American boxing great visiting the country.
Sharing the photo, Mayweather had urged fans to "zoom in" which YEN.com.gh has done and realised that he was drawing attention to the flag being a designer made.
Mayweather's flag was no ordinary scarf but an LV Flags Fur Scarf, a brightly coloured piece of fashion accessory from Louis Vuitton.
YEN.com.gh checks with Louis Vuitton indicates that the LV Flags Fur Scarf sells for $13,900 (GHC77,000) for a mini version which is 35 x 165 cm (Length x Height). A maxi version which measures 55 x 270 cm (Length x Height) costs $37,000 (GHC206,000).
Looking at Mayweather's photo, his scarf is big and will likely be a maxi version but even if we are to assume it is a mini, it means he paid GHC77,000 to get.
That may be a lot of money for the ordinary Ghanaian but for somebody like Mayweather who can buy a $25 million mansion in a twinkle of an eye, it must be chicken change.
Meanwhile, YEN.com.gh reported that Mayweather has shown off one of his handsome sons on social media.
Earlier, the wealthy and popular boxing legend had caused a stir with the display of his amazing riches by as he flaunted his luxurious $25 million home in Los Angeles.
Star Gist: PM Narrates How She Was Denied a Flight Due to Her Body Size | #Yencomgh:
Enjoyed reading our story? Download YEN's news app on Google Play now and stay up-to-date with major Ghana news!