According to a source, the daughter of Floyd Mayweather, Jr. is now experiencing the same thing as one of his ex-girlfriends, who claims that she was being held against her will.
AceShowbiz -NBA YoungBoy a.k.a. YoungBoy Never Broke Again and Iyanna Mayweather seem tight as ever after her latest arrest. However, according to rumors going around, that might not be the case as a source is now claiming that the rapper is manipulating the daughter of Floyd Mayweather, Jr.
Gossip of the City obtained a video of YB’s ex explaining what she went through during their relationship, alleging that Iyanna is experiencing the same thing right now. In the video itself, the ex-girlfriend claimed that she often saw him with other girls on camera when she was with him. But when she confronted him about it, YB brushed it off and said, “So you wanna fight me or some…? What you wanna do about it?”
Instead, YB instigated her then-girlfriend to fight his side chick if she was that bothered. The girl then claimed that he did nothing to stop them because “he thought the s**t was funny.” Elsewhere in the video, the ex-girlfriend hinted that YB was manipulating her not to go home and was being held against her will.
Besides the video, Gossip of the City also claimed that YB had the girl in the video, Iyanna and another girl in the same room and told them all he’d marry Iyanna. However, none of these rumors have been confirmed as of now.
Iyanna was arrested over the weekend after she allegedly stabbed one of his baby mamas, LaPattra Lashai Jacobs, during a confrontation at his home in Houston, Texas. The victim suffered non-life threatening injuries and underwent surgery. Meanwhile, Iyanna was released after posting a $30,000 bond.
She is now ordered to stay at least 1,000 feet away from LaPattra Jacobs at all times and if she violates the order she could be facing additional jail time. The judge also ordered that Iyanna is not allowed to be in possession of any weapons and is prohibited from drinking alcohol or taking drugs.
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