Floyd Mayweather Jr. Says Men Should Have Multiple Women, Fiancee Agrees! [Details]

Rucuss staffApril 4, 2013

Floyd Mayweather Jr.’s 30 Days in May documentary aired on Showtime Wednesday night.

The documentary was shown in a countdown style, taking viewers through a day-by-day look at how Mayweather spent his last 30 days before turning himself in to serve his jail sentence for domestic violence and harassment against the mother of three of his children.

Mayweather didn’t disappoint. There was plenty of money thrown around and his usual strip club appearances. But the most notable moments took place when he spoke about relationships. Mayweather believes men should be able to have multiple women if they can handle it.

“When it comes to females, even though you can’t drive 10 cars at one time, but, you got people that got 10 cars,” Mayweather said. “So you’re able to keep maintenance up on 10 cars. So I feel that as far as it comes to females, that same thing should apply. If you’re able to take care of 20 then you should have 20.”

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His fiancée Shantel Jackson didn’t give him the side-eye when she heard his comments. Jackson said it doesn’t bother her. She believes a man should be a man.

“I’m not the jealous type,” Jackson said. “I know who I am and I know where we stand. I just feel like when you have that type of relationship where you can be open and honest, I just think it helps the trust and it helps keep things new and fresh. So it doesn’t bother me and it’s never bothered me. I just think when you let a man be him, he will respect you that much to not disrespect you.”

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The 30 Days in May documentary also shows Mayweather and The Money Team in a Atlanta strip club. Strippers even join them at a hotel room where full nudity was shown.

“I don’t know, man, it’s just my life,” Mayweather said. “Strip clubs is what it is. We was born naked, so let the girls party naked.”

The documentary begins with his May 5, 2012 victory over Miguel Cotto and concludes on Aug. 3 when Mayweather was released from the Clark County Detention Center in Las Vegas after two months in jail. Mayweather’s former friend 50 Cent was not included in the show.

Mayweather is scheduled to fight Robert “The Ghost” Guerrero on May 4.

Photos via TMZ, Sports Illustrated and Bleacher Report


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