Floyd Mayweather Redefines Balling While Pissing Off PETA With $18K Mink Upgrade To Grandson’s Car Seat | Truce Between Money May And NBA Youngboy?

MIAMI BEACH, FLORIDA - FEBRUARY 24: Floyd Mayweather, boxing legend and businessman, attends his exclusive red carpet birthday bash at Gabriel South Beach on February 24, 2022 in Miami Beach, Florida. (Photo by Jason Koerner/Getty Images for CGI Merchant Group)

Floyd “Money” Mayweather appropriately named himself, because all he does is reinvent the art of balling on an epic level. The newly minted grandfather showed us that he’s no regular “Pop Pop” with his latest purchase for Kentrell Jr., the 18-month-old son of his daughter Iyanna “Yaya” Mayweather and rap star NBA Youngboy.

Mayweather balled out and upgraded his grandson’s car seat with $18,000 worth of mink lining. To top it off, it matched the custom interior of his 2022 Rolls-Royce Cullinan, which cost a reported $350,000. Although the car’s interior was previously done, the car seat upgrade was to make sure the next generation of Mayweather’s knows who his granddaddy is and how to ride in style.

The car also features Kentrell Jr. stitched into the headrest in highlight yellow to match the colors inside the luxury vehicle. The move was just the latest show of love to his grandson, whom he has been incredibly proud of since his arrival.

However, PETA isn’t feeling Mayweather’s sense of style.

“Did Floyd Mayweather, who has a history of assault and battery of defenseless victims, really seek to update it by supporting an industry that throttles animals to death in addition to poisoning and electrocuting them?” PETA said in a statement.

“This man is hardly a role model for compassion and understanding, but to try to make cruelty look attractive to a child could earn him a medal for corrupting the natural kindness of a minor.”

Mayweather has had problems with PETA in the past and has shaded them in favor of his eccentric tastes.

“PETA is calling on Mayweather to take a jab at teaching kindness, not cruelty, by replacing this monstrosity with faux fur, as most designers, department stores, and consumers have — and PETA would be happy to provide it,” the statement added.

Back in May, the self-proclaimed “TBE” or “The Best Ever” took to Instagram to pen some advice to his young grandson. A fervent believer in building generational wealth, Mayweather dropped some nuggets on the virtues that have made him boxing’s biggest draw and what his father taught him.

“Grandson, I’m very thankful for your great Granddad teaching me the sweet science of boxing, to hit and not get hit,” Mayweather began. “I believe in working smarter, not harder. I retired from the sport undefeated with all my accolades and on my own terms. Even in retirement, I’m still able to milk the game of boxing, continuing to make 8 figures or more.

“I will continue to do exhibition bouts making tons of money and people from all around the world will continue to pay because my hustle is just different. If Elon Musk, Bill Gates, Jeff Bezos, Warren Buffett, and the Waltons continue making money in their 50’s, 60’s, 70’s, 80’s, and 90’s, then I’m not retiring from making money and I’m younger than all of them. DON’T GET MAD, THIS IS WHAT GOD WANTED.”

Back in April, Mayweather’s older daughter “Money Yaya” pleaded guilty to aggravated assault with a deadly weapon in her case in Houston. The 21-year-old had her day in court to answer for the 2020 stabbing of Lapattra Lashai Jacobs.

The women are mothers of two of rapper NBA YoungBoy’s reported seven children. As part of her plea agreement, she avoided prison time, but prosecutors recommended six years of probation for the incident.

Mayweather has been living his best life in retirement, making the exhibition boxing business a new lucrative international hustle. With no plans to return as a professional to the ring, Mayweather is enjoying life, spoiling his grandson and showing us all how to do this on a big boy level.

Rhett Butler is a Boxing Writer Association of America Journalist, Play-By-Play Commentator, Combat Sports Insider, and Former Mixed Martial Arts and Boxing Promoter. The New York City native honed his skills at various news outlets including but not limited to: TIME Magazine, Money Magazine, CNN's Wolf Blitzer Reports, and more. Rhett hosts the PRITTY Left Hook podcast, a polarizing combat sports insider's take featuring the world's biggest names.