Embarrassing Leaked Audio Might Confirm That Floyd Mayweather Can't Read. I Feel Guilty Even Posting This.

By on August 24, 2014 in ArticlesCelebrity News

Let me preface this by saying illiteracy is not a laughing matter. It is never ok to make fun of anyone who has trouble reading. I honestly debated whether or not we should even post the newly leaked audio recording you are about to hear. Then again, Floyd Mayweather isn't exactly an innocent bystander in this situation. He's probably the most arrogant and loud-mouthed athlete on the planet. He pretty much brought this on himself by throwing out dozens of very personal insults at a variety of celebrities over the years. More recently, Floyd's main target has been 50 Cent. Since their friendship fell apart back in 2012, Floyd has continually berated 50 Cent over social media and in various interviews. Floyd has called 50 a bitch on a number of occasions and loves telling anyone who will listen that 50's career has cooled off. And it's not just 50 Cent. Floyd has "thrown shade" on a number of celebrities without provocation. At some point those chickens were bound come home to roost.

The audio you are about to hear was leaked by the Power 105 Breakfast Club. Apparently the last time Floyd was at the station, he was asked to read a "drop" in support of the Wounded Warrior organization. Before playing the audio, Breakfast Club host Charlamagne Tha God reads the exact script from start to finish in under 10 seconds, just to really drive home the point that Floyd's reading skills are embarrassingly bad. This is the exact text that Floyd is trying to read:

"I'm Floyd Mayweather and I've joined I Heart Radio for the show your stripes movement to support hiring vets. Go to showyourstripes.org a website that connects veterans with employers and helps businesses find candidates with the best training."

Ok so here is the audio. It's pretty painful.

Articles Written by Brian Warner
Prior to launching Celebrity Net Worth, Brian spent seven years as the Managing Editor of one of the largest entertainment portals on the internet. Before that, Brian attended Georgetown University where he double majored in finance and marketing. A native of Northern California, Brian currently resides in Los Angeles. Follow him on Google+.
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