Floyd Mayweather dines in Saint Tropez with model girlfriend after $7MILLION Gucci spending spree
- Floyd Mayweather is in France after his recent Zimbabwe and South Africa trips
- In Johannesburg, he apparently spent huge money when visiting a Gucci store
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Earlier this week, Mayweather was seen being escorted out of the store in South Africa.
Video showed various armed security guards – including one wearing a hoodie with the branding of Mayweather’s boxing promotion company The Money Team – walking through a mall in Sandton City, Johannesburg, with Mayweather in tow.
There is a Gucci store in the city, where it is claimed Mayweather spent the extraordinary amount of money.
Now he has headed to France, where the 46-year-old was seen dining out with his 25-year-old girlfriend Gallienne Nabila.
Legendary boxer Floyd Mayweather is in France after travelling to South Africa and Zimbabwe
Floyd Mayweather was seen dining in Saint Tropez on Wednesday after his recent France trip
Mayweather was seen in France with his 25-year-old girlfriend Gallienne Nabila
Mayweather and his girlfriend were spotted having food at the Cade de Paris in Monaco
The couple were seen at a table at the glitzy Cafe de Paris in Saint Tropez, sitting out the front at a table and enjoying the 97 degree sunshine.
It appears Mayweather’s shopping spree didn’t stop in South Africa – he had another shopping bag under his chair at the restaurant.
It’s a far cry from his trip to Zimbabwean capital Harare and Mabvuku, one of Zimbabwe’s oldest black townships. Fans were treated to live music and exhibition bouts by local boxers, young and old.
Mayweather made his appearance four hours after the crowd had gathered.
According to AP, Mayweather flew in on a private plane and screamed: ‘I’m back home! I’m back where I belong, I’m truly back home!’
Mayweather also met with Zimbabwe President Emmerson Mnangagwa in Harare.
Organizers said that Mayweather would help to build schools and hospitals in the area before later visiting South Africa during his tour.
On his arrival to South Africa, he told local media that he was there to support young boxers.
Floyd ‘The Money’ Mayweather was seen outside the Gucci store in Sandton City, Johannesburg with a heavily armed entourage
A man wearing Mayweather’s logo leads him out of a Gucci store in Johannesburg armed with a rifle – after reportedly spending $7million in the store
‘I am proud to honor and celebrate the South African Boxing legends that have paved the way for the youth and left an indelible mark in South Africa and abroad,’ he said.
He added: ‘It has been a difficult period in which the industry had to deal with a crippling global pandemic, but we have come this far.
‘It is through sports, particularly boxing and music, that brings the nations together.’
Mayweather, who retired from boxing with a 50-0 record, has an estimated wealth of $450million.