Filipino boxer Manny Pacquiao says Mayweather sets ''a very bad example."
They say new levels come with new devils and rich men make more enemies when they become richer
This seems not too far from the reality of American boxing champion, Floyd Mayweather
50 Cent firstly challenged him to a reading contest, an action which Mayweather followed with a publicity of his treasures of wealth
Nelly had once called him an illiterate, and recently, Filipino boxer Manny Pacquiao has joined the anti-Mayweather team
According to TMZ, Pacquiao bashed Mayweather in an interview with Nj.com
"I think I finally understand him ... what he says ... how he acts ... and I don’t like it."
"But what l learned and heard from him, well, I realize why he is like that. I understand sometimes when the people are not educated they just talk to talk. He sets a very bad example."
This comes a day after it was reported that the long awaited fight between Mayweather and Pacquiao may finally happen, not once but twice in the year 2015
Mayweather last week was seen with Warren Buffet and the boxer said they met to build a money bilion team. Mayweather snr, has already challenged 50 Cent to fight his son, Floyd