World's richest athlete of the decade Floyd Mayweather has once again flexed his financial muscle and reduced the rest of us to ''nada'' while at it.
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The ex-boxer recently stepped out wearing an expensive piece of wardrobe that cost him an arm and a leg.
While attending the Gervonta Davis and Yuriorkis Gamboa fight at the State Farm Arena in Atlanta on Saturday, December 28, Floyd showed up rocking a pricey hooded jacket covered with shiny mirrors that made him look like the Man In The Mirror.
The Balmain's mirror jacket set the athlete back with a cool $18,000 (GHC 103K), but being who he is, splashing lots of money for the jacket is just like a drop in the ocean.
The luxurious jacket comes with embroidered silver mirrors complete with a hood, two pockets and a zippered flap.
As usual, the star could not let the wonderful moment pass without sharing it with his millions of fans on social media.
In a post seen by YEN.com.gh, Floyd shared photos of himself in the jacket and another one showing its price.
“You should look at the man in the mirror before passing judgement,'' he captioned.
According to the celebrity, the caption was ''donated'' to him by one of his die hard fans Stacy Mayweather.
In other stories, YEN.com.gh reported that recent motivating photos of Ama Anima’s set of twins have surfaced on social media and the kids are looking all grown-up and adorable.
Photos of the boys have already generated some pleasant reactions since they were shared online.
YEN.com.gh reported that Ama Anima was given a 5-year jail sentence after she failed to pay a court fine of GHC1,200 whilst she was pregnant with the twins. The fine was imposed on her for allegedly biting the hand of a family member during a fierce altercation and was jailed because she was unable to pay the fine.
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