He is not interested in what he says, only his eccentricities.
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Floyd Mayweather, once again, he is criticized. The luxuries that he gives himself do not make him fear being a negative comment in the world, because his fortune does not allow him to see beyond.
Mayweather has a private boss, like all the most famous and wealthy people on the planet. He uses it to make his commute and uses it constantly.
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However, there is a statistic that does not favor it, because according to the ‘Yard’ agency and the CelebrityJets Twitter accountis one of the athletes that produces the most pollution.
It is noted that Mayweather is second in that ranking behind the singer Taylor Swift. The investigations warn that in these months that she has been in 2022 it has emitted 7,076.8 tons of CO2, what they call ‘madness’.
It is said that the former boxer accumulates 177 trips so far this year, so the statistics take him to the top.
But if you look at that ranking, Mayweather is not the only athlete in the ‘top’ 10 of that ranking.
There is also the former baseball player Álex Rodríguez, who by the use of his jet has emitted 5,342 tons of CO2.
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