Floyd Mayweather's recent comments about NBA YoungBoy were surprisingly conciliatory, considering YB knocked up Money's daughter and called the champ a "bitch ass."
In an interview with Hollywood Unlocked, Floyd said he just wants Yaya -- who is facing 99 years for trying to stab another one of YoungBoy's baby mamas to death -- to be happy and if she's happy with Youngboy, so be it.
He did, however, shade YB's upbringing.
"I just want the best for my daughter. If that makes her happy, then we're happy. Me and her mother is happy ... My thing is this: it has to do with your upbringing. It starts in the home first. So what I've always taught my daughter is this -- always be respectful when you go to anyone's home. And whatever goes on in your home, don't talk about it to the world. And far as -- 'cause I look at NBA Youngboy as a child. I can't get upset with a kid like that. With this new generation, kids, you know, kids talk about pills and kids talk about syrup. So you know, it could've been one of those days for him," Floyd said about the 'bitch ass.' At the end of the day, I only want the best for them."
NBA YoungBoy's mom commented on the shade.
"I don't know his name, but he asked Mayweather how he feel about Kentrell calling him something," NBA's mom said on Instagram Live. "I don't know what he was talking about, but he gon’ say it starts at home. But when I heard that, I really ain’t pay no attention to it. Any grown person knows you can raise your children to be the best children they want but they gon’ say what they want. They gon’ do what they want. If Kentrell wanted to say he was a bitch ass daddy, that’s probably how Kentrell felt at that time."
YoungBoy and his mom have an interesting relationship. He recently kicked her out of his house, and she recently wished death on his opps.