Floyd Mayweather and Logan Paul finally squared off against each other in an exhibition boxing match on June 6 at the Hard Rock Stadium in Miami Gardens, Florida. With a lot of hype surrounding the match, fans were eagerly excited to see who would come out on top.

For a lot of fans, the boxing match was full of entertainment as both Paul and Mayweather went the distance in the match, which was something many fans did not expect at all. The match was also panned by many for not being a proper boxing match.

Floyd Mayweather is also known for being rich but as far as being a good person is concerned, he has not quite gotten there just yet. Now it seems a recent incident took place that fans simply didn’t approve of.

According to TMZ Sports, the boxing legend turned down a male teenage fan’s request for a selfie at the Clippers game over the weekend for a very odd reason. It was due to the fan having painted nails.

It was said that the fan was hoping to get a selfie with Floyd after the Clippers vs. Grizzlies game at Staples Center on Saturday. Due to this, the fan approached him but was shut down immediately after Mayweather got a look at his nails.

“You got painted nails, I don’t take pictures with guys with no painted nails,” Floyd is heard saying in the video as his bodyguard gets the fan to back up.

The fan was clearly upset by the interaction … saying, “Floyd doesn’t want to take a picture with me because my nails are painted. Bruh, really?!”

According to witnesses, it was said that Floyd Mayweather had no problem taking photos with other people after the end of the game. It seems Mayweather needs a reality check as many artists have started coloring their nails, including Kid Cudi, Machine Gun Kelly and more.

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Subhojeet Mukherjee

Subhojeet has been a massive fan of professional wrestling for over 22 years, since the early days of the Monday Night Wars. Aside from wrestling, he also is into TV shows, movies, Anime, novels and a lot of music.

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