Floyd Mayweather Drops Kyrie Irving Bombshell

The boxing great Floyd Mayweather was recently spotted with NBA’s Brooklyn Nets star Kyrie Irving. The NBA star has missed the majority of the Brooklyn Nets campaign after deciding to remain unvaccinated but is now free to do so after the state of New York relaxed its policy regarding the virus that caused the worldwide pandemic. Mayweather has come in defense over his refusal to get jabbed. ‘Money’ took to his Instagram account and posted a picture with the star and wrote the caption:



“We cannot be stopped as long as we stand on what we believe in. Nephew when I speak just listen. @kyrieirving I’m proud of you.”

The Nets had decided to sideline the 30-year-old out of all of their activities, including away matches, to not disrupt their focus on the season. However, they were forced to do a U-turn at the beginning of the year and bring back the point guard for their away matches due to a surge of cases and injuries within the squad.

The Eastern Conference has been bolstered even further following the decision by the Mayor of New York State, Eric Adams, to remove the mandate last month – meaning Irving is eligible to practice and play in Brooklyn.

Back in October, the 45-year-old said in a video message on Twitter:

“Kyrie, what’s up, I know you’re going through a lot. We had the chance to hang out in 2016 when you represented America when you represented the red, white and blue.”

“You only want to be treated fairly. I was going to post something on my social media pages but I decided to do it the old-school way and read something out to you because you’re a great person, a great father, a great athlete and you believe what you believe. America is the land of the free; freedom of speech, freedom of religion, and, supposedly, freedom to choose. Never be controlled by money, I respect you for having some integrity and for being your own man.

“A free mind makes his own choices and a slave mind follows the crowd. Stand for something or fall for anything. One man can lead a revolution, to stand up and fight for what’s right. One choice, one word, and one action can change the world.

It’s crazy how people hate you for being a leader. I hope your actions encourage many others to stand up and say enough is enough. Respect to you Kyrie and power to the people.”

Barry Russell
Barry Russell
A dedicated pro wrestling follower for more than a decade

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