Floyd Mayweather Pays Tribute to Deceased Ex Josie Harris [LOOK]

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Getty Floyd Mayweather Jr. throws a left at Manny Pacquiao during their welterweight unification championship bout on May 2, 2015 at MGM Grand Garden Arena in Las Vegas, Nevada.

Boxing superstar Floyd “Money” Mayweather Jr. has posted a tribute to his ex girlfriend, Josie Harris, who passed away earlier this week. TMZ reported that Harris died the night of Tuesday, March 10. She was found unresponsive in her car at her home in Valencia, CA.

As reported by TMZ, officers arrived at Harris’ home around 9:30 pm, and she was pronounced dead at the scene. Officers told TMZ that they did not suspect foul play, and it would be treated as a death investigation instead of a homicide.

Mayweather and Harris dated from 1995 to 2010, and they have three children together. Mayweather posted around a dozen photos of two together, each with it’s own caption:

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My Angel

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My Heart

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My Love

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My Rock

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My Family

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My Family

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My Sweetheart

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My Friend

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My Sunshine

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My Kiss

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My Flowers

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On the cause of death, Sheriff Alex Villanueva told KABC-TV said, “It will take a while to figure that out.”

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Mayweather & Harris Have a Rocky Past

The two dated for over a decade, and have three kids together, but their relationship had a rocky past. They broke up in 2010 after Harris made multiple domestic violence allegations toward Mayweather. The boxer agreed to a plea deal and he ended up serving two months in jail back in 2012.

In 2015, Harris sued Mayweather for defamation because of comments Money made during an interview with Yahoo’s Katie Couric. When speaking about the battery lawsuit, Money said that Harris was using drugs and he was trying to restrain her. Harris was seeking $20 million for damages, but the case is still ongoing.


Floyd Mayweather Is Willing to Come Out of Retirement for $600 Million

In a recent interview in London, Mayweather was asked about coming out of retirement to box. He answered, “For myself, the number is $600 million. If I’m going to go out there and risk it, it’d have to be worth it.”

Money is eyeing two potential cross-over fights, one with the reigning UFC lightweight champion, Khabib Nurmagomedov, and a rematch with his rival, Conor McGregor.

Khabib was asked by ESPN’s Marc Raimondi about Mayweather’s demand during the UFC 249 press conference on March 6. He answered, “$600 million to fight with me? Who is going to give him this money?”

Raimondi answered, “Not me.” Khabib answered, “Not me too. I don’t think Dana [White] is going to give him $600 million.”

The UFC lightweight champ is currently set to take on the No. 1 contender, Tony Ferguson, at UFC 249 on April 18. The fight is scheduled to take place at the Barclays Center in Brooklyn, N.Y., however with the spread of the coronavirus, and New York banning public gatherings, the fate of the bout is unclear.

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