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Floyd "Money" Mayweather Still Annoying, Counts $1 Million on Private Jet

LAS VEGAS, NV - MAY 05:  Floyd Mayweather Jr. celebrates after defeating Miguel Cotto by unanimous decision during their WBA super welterweight title fight at the MGM Grand Garden Arena on May 5, 2012 in Las Vegas, Nevada.  (Photo by Al Bello/Getty Images)
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Gabe ZaldivarPop Culture Lead WriterAugust 21, 2012

Floyd Mayweather hasn't changed one bit. 

The man who is a delight to watch in the ring is still causing eyes to roll out of it. 

Fresh out of jail, Mayweather is back to enjoying life, which apparently includes counting his money and recording it for all to see. 

Like the dude who pulls up to you at a stop sign with a super truck raised several feet, Money May just wants to make sure he is noticed. 

The following video (h/t SportsGrid) does include 50 Cent's Double Up playing in the background, so there will be some NSFW language. 

So things seem to be pretty standard from camp Mayweather. 

The brash boxer who once burned a $100 bill is back to making money, the one thing he wants to concentrate on. 

Of course, it's his money and he can do with it what he pleases. Likewise, I am free to be good and nauseated every time he wants to flaunt his wealth and call it swag. 

There are millions around this nation going through a tough time right now financially. Forgive me if I am not moved by a man counting to a million using real tender. 

All is right in the land of boxing. 

Mayweather is still clueless and still very much the anti-hero in this dying sport. 

Follow me on Twitter for more sips of Haterade. 

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