The boys are back together. Floyd Mayweather has completed two months of his three-month sentence for a misdemeanor domestic battery charge, and he was released from a Las Vegas jail early on Friday morning (August 3). Who was there to greet him when he stepped out into the free world? 50 Cent, obviously. Fif waited in the car while photographers got their shots of the boxing pro making his exit, then the G-Unit CEO handed over the keys and let Floyd take the wheel.
50 must've been thrilled to see outside Mayweather again, considering the update he gave RapFix on him in mid-June. "He's not doing good right now," Ffi said. "He only been out seven hours since he been in there. They doin' everything to make this difficult."
Before Mayweather began his sentence Fifty explained the boxer's connection with hip-hop, telling MTV News, "Floyd has a huge passion for music that people don't know about. It's a big part of what makes him comfortable and takes his mind off of how hard he has to work to stay being the #1 fighter in the world."