World champion boxer Floyd Mayweather Jr. was airing some of his dirty laundry, posting on Facebook that his former fiancee Shantel Jackson had gotten an abortion.
Mayweather posted the photo of a sonogram on his social media accounts, claiming he broke up with her after she “killed their twin babies”. Wow!
Mayweather posted the photo of the sonogram to his Facebook and Instagram accounts, before later taking them down after negative comments.
The screenshot was captured, with a caption stating, “The real reason me and Shantel Christine Jackson @missjackson broke up was because she got a abortion (sic), and I’m totally against killing babies. She killed our twin babies. #ShantelJackson#FloydMayweather#TheMoneyTeam#TMT”.
Mayweather and Shantel Jackson dated for four years and became engaged in 2013 when he proposed with a $10 million rock.
In April, the undefeated boxer who has signed a deal that will net him $200million, announced that they were calling off their engagement.
Mayweather stated, “You always want a strong, beautiful woman that you can share your everything with. But I have to go my separate way (sic). She’s focusing on her career in L.A., which is acting. And I’m focusing on my career, which is boxing. Sometimes people can outgrow one another, but we’re still friends”.
But things between them appear to have gotten worse after Jackson confirmed she is dating Nelly.
Shantel posted an intimate shot of the two of them Thursday morning- just hours after Mayweather shared the sonogram.
Mayweather couldn’t help but throw a little more shade hours after Shantel posted the photo of herself with the rapper.
He posted an older photo of Shantel, claiming he paid for all her plastic surgery and wants his money back. Ouch!
Mayweather, who has a history of domestic abuse and was most recently released from jail in August 2012 after being found guilty of assaulting Josie Harris, who is the mother of three of his children.
Floyd Mayweather has a fight coming up on Saturday against Marcos Maidana, which will net him around $30 million.
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