Cents Burns All His Gucci As Response To Their Racism

Cents Burns All His Gucci As Response To Their Racism

However, Floyd Mayweather isn't joining the trend and was seen shopping at a Gucci store recently where he gave the below response to questions asked.

But Floyd is unbothered.

Mayweather explained that he went on a Gucci shopping spree because he refuses to let people tell him how to live. When they say everybody's going to boycott I say this, well this boy going to get on a yacht and live life.

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50 Cent also posted a video of someone burning a Gucci shirt and says he's donating all of his Gucci to the homeless because he won't wear the brand anymore.

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"I gotta get rid of all the Gucci I have at home". When the outlet pointed out that celebrities like T.I. and Spike Lee, both vocal supporters of the Gucci boycott, would be angry with him, Mayweather retorted, "You said they're gonna be upset with me?"

This isn't the first row between Fif and Mayweather.

With over twenty-two million Instagram followers enjoying the fire display, worry not, water was in the vicinity in the event things went awry and general precautions were taken though his hands came dangerously close to the flames. "But I am aware that sometimes, our actions can end up with causing unintentional effects".

"Gucci deeply apologizes and takes full responsibility for the sweater and is committed to diversity which is a fundamental value to be upheld and respected".

Michele said the sweater design was actually in tribute to Leigh Bowery, an Australian performance artist, club promoter and fashion designer known for his flamboyant makeup and costumes, according to NBC News.

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