Floyd Mayweather Is Now Throwing Shout Outs to Massage Therapist on Instagram
Floyd Mayweather provided a public service recently when he demanded his fans go ahead and follow his massage therapist.
Larry Brown Sports reported Money May was feeling quite generous, offering up social media recommendations for Doralie Medina, as well as a woman who might be his baby's mama, Melissa Brim.
I wonder how Shantel Jackson feels about these shout outs.
First up is this Instagram picture Mayweather shared with his fans on Monday with a caption that reads, "Follow my massage therapist@badmedina and yes she is "BAD".. #Chanel #Rolex #Bad #TheMoneyTeam."
Not having a massage therapist, I will just have to take Mayweather's word on Medina being good at what she does and that she is a vital follow on Instagram.
Now, let's take a gander at her feed, which I will assume contains vibrant pictures of amazing locales and hipster photos of her food—because that's all you really find on the site.
Oh, it's just a ton of swimsuit, booty and selfie shots. Thanks, Mayweather, but I'm all good. What else do you have for me?
All right, I'll bite. What does Mizz Melissia have for us? Perhaps some filter-heavy shots of landscapes and random pictures of micro-brew beers?
Ah, more selfies. All good, Money. I am just going to stick with these pictures of burgers and fries people are about to eat instead.
The interesting part of the last suggestion is, as Larry Brown Sports reported, it may actually be Melissa Brim.
He also encouraged his followers to follow Melissia (Melissa?) Brim on Instagram.
If Melissa seems familiar to you, it’s because we believe this is the same Melissa Brim who has a daughter with Mayweather. The two were involved in a domestic incident last year.
We cannot confirm this is the case, but it seems likely if only for the fact Mayweather was giving Instagram shout outs to just about any familiar lady recently.
Now if pictures of curvy and zaftig women are your thing, Mayweather seems to have the market cornered.
Hit me up on Twitter for more sexy swag.
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