- Floyd Mayweather has been captured riding a bicycle on the streets of South Miami Beach
- The American boxing promoter was seen with an escort ahead of him as he rode his bike behind
- Mayweather was later seen at a barbering salon having his hair cut
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Legendary American professional retired professional boxer and boxing promoter, Floyd Mayweather is one of the wealthier sports professionals in recent history.
According to Forbes, Floyd Mayweather is boxing's first $1 billion fighter, who, despite being born into an economically deprived family has become an accomplished American professional boxing promoter and retired professional boxer.
Floyd Mayweather owns his wealth with a constant display of his luxury fleet of cars including the Ferrari Enzo, Ferrari 599 GTB, Ferrari 458 Italia, LaFerrari Aperta and a Koenigsegg CCXR Trevita, which is arguably among the most expensive and rare cars to have ever been manufactured.
Despite his million-dollar fleet of cars, Mayweather was videoed comfortably cruising a bicycle on the streets of South Miami Beach in Florida.
YEN.com.gh first sighted the video on the Facebook page of American rapper Trick Daddy which has since been shared by some Ghanaian online portals.
The video opens with Mayweather riding a bike behind one of his expensive cars en route to cut his hair.
The ‘Money Man’ was also seen waving at some fans who were excited to see their idol as he rode his bike.
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In other stories, YEN.com.gh reported that with his recent attempt to immortalise Stonebwoy with a near-perfect sculpture of the dance-hall artiste, Victor Kuutuome, a young Ghanaian sculptor has attracted the interests of major eyeballs with his latest creation.
The sculptor, professionally identified as Obama and a student at the University of Education, Winneba, displayed a mastery with a near compelling master piece of Stonebwoy.
Victor Kuutuome's stunning statue of Ghanaian dancehall artiste Stonebwoy has already dominated social media.
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