YoungBoy Applauds Boxer Sister’s Threats For Yaya Mayweather



Over a week after the sister of the boxer John Gotti III threatened Yaya Mayweather in a racist online rant, NBA YoungBoy is seemingly encouraging the promised beatdown.

“I hope you do that b***h the worst way, two, three years from now. I don’t give a f**k, it ain’t my business,” YoungBoy said.  I hate that b***h. And when it come to her daddy, that n***a don’t need to be in my mentions. I don’t f**k with them.”

YoungBoy’s response comes after Nicolette Gotti ranted online following her brother’s failed exhibition match with Floyd Mayweather.

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The June 11 match ended in its sixth round after the referee disqualified Gotti for holding. An upset Gotti rushed past the referee and landed a few punches on Mayweather while sparking a massive confrontation between both camps inside the ring. Floyd was reportedly also disqualified–meaning there was no declared winner in the match.

That same evening the Department of Business and Professional Regulation (DBPR) Florida Athletic Commission suspended Gotti for six months. However, Mayweather was not penalized, per USA Today.

Soon after, Nicolette threatened Yaya via Instagram Story, calling her son with YoungBoy, Kentrell Gauldren Jr., a “little circus animal.”

“@floydmayweather your daughter was ran through by an animal with 12 different baby mamas–your little circus animal–your all a pack of zoo animals…I swear on my kids it may be 2 years 3 years from now but I’m coming c*nt,” Nicolette wrote.

The exhibition marked the first time the toddler’s face was fully exposed as Floyd walked out with his grandson in hand.

NBA YoungBoy Warns Nicolette Gotti To Never Disrespect Him Again While Praising Her Father

Gotti also addressed his disqualification in several Instagram Story posts. He dissed Floyd and threatened someone allegedly affiliated with the champion boxer’s camp.

“Punk b***h @floydmayweather you my enemy for life,” Gotti wrote. Later adding, “Bum never put me down or stopped me. It was a DQ for no reason.” He also said, “I can’t wait to run in to that fat f**k in the red hat from Floyd team. We going to see.”

But YoungBoy had nothing but understanding and admiration for the Gotti men–both the boxer brother and his alleged mafia-affiliated father. However, the Louisiana rapper warned Nicolette to stop playing with his name.

“Your brother lost a fight. Every man gotta lose, every dog got its day. That’s how it go. I idolize your daddy. Man, next time you ever disrespect me, y’all gon have to bomb me. Have a blessed day beautiful,” YoungBoy said.

Meanwhile, Yaya Mayweather hasn’t reacted to Nicolette’s threats or NBA YoungBoy’s beatdown co-sign.







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