Floyd MayWeather Sued Over Alleged Brutal Attack

Floyd MayWeather Sued Over Alleged Brutal Attack

Floyd Mayweather and Lil Uzi Vert have both been sued by a man who claims the duo, as well as members of the former boxer’s entourage, assaulted him last year. According to TMZ, a man named Abdullah Ali has filed a lawsuit against the rapper and boxing legend, alleging he was attacked on June 27 last year while claiming to catch a glimpse of Mayweather’s trailer in New York.

Floyd Mayweather

According to Ali’s attorneys, he was videoing the former world champion’s trailer unloading a Rolls-Royce when he was noticed by Lil Uzi and members of Mayweather’s entourage. He claims at least 10 men assaulted him, throwing punches and kicks for around a minute as he lay on the floor.

Lil Uzi Vert and their legal team have denied the allegations and claimed he wasn’t even there

“Lil Uzi Vert doesn’t know Floyd Mayweather or have any form of affiliation with Mayweather’s Money Team, and was not at the site of the alleged incident,” a statement reads. Despite suing Mayweather, Ali has said he does not know if the boxer witnessed the alleged incident or not.

Floyd Mayweather

Ali says he reported the incident to the police but no action was taken, and he is now suing for unspecified damages after claiming to have suffered numerous injuries including knocked-out teeth. He also provided pictures showing several front teeth missing.

It’s the second lawsuit to be filed against Lil Uzi Vert in the space of a week after they were sued by a production company who claimed the rapper owes them hundreds of thousands of dollars.

Creative agency M99 Studios filed a lawsuit against the Philly native, their company Uzivert LLC, and manager Amina Diop over a tab that amounts to more than $500,000.

Floyd Mayweather

The complaint, filed in a US District Court in Atlanta, accused the rapper of not honoring their end of the deal with the organization. The Los Angeles-based company specializes in “tour packages, creative direction and production for concerts, tours and live events.”

According to a complaint viewed by HipHopDX, the company alleged that Uzi “regularly failed to maintain functional credit cards or sufficient funds in [their] travel account,” forcing M99 to front the money.

Source – HipHopDx

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Ty Dolla $ign

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