Retired boxer and world Welter-weight champion Floyd Mayweather has once again taken to social media to show off his extravagant lifestyle.
This time around, Floyd, also known as 'The Money Man' shared a video on his Instagram page to show off his impressive fleet of cars.
The total worth of the cars is said to be around £20 million.
The video shows the boxer, who is said to have a net worth of around $450 million, showing off his garage which houses 2 Ferrari Spiders, 3 Bugatti Veyron, a Porsche and several Rolls Royce, amongst automobiles.
What's even crazier is the fact that Floyd said he owns over a hundred luxury cars.
Floyd Mayweather's fleet of cars. Credit: LindaIkeji's blog
The video has, however, led to a series of reactions from Nigerians on Instagram.
While some persons congratulated the boxer on his display of wealth, otters have slammed him for his sense of vanity.
Check out some of the comments below:
This is not the first time Floyd has displayed his huge taste for luxury though.
A visit to his Instagram page shows the man takes extravagance to the extreme.
Check out the video here
What do you think?
Does it make sense for one man to have a hundred cars in his garage?
Drop your comments and opinions below.
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