Floyd Mayweather Jr. is many things, but a conscientious traveler he is not.
The five-division champ doesn't pack luggage and refuses to fly in the same plane as his bodyguards for fear of gravity. Mayweather also doesn't wear a seat belt while driving, judging by an Instagram video posted by former lightweight champ Adrien Broner on Wednesday night.
Broner uploaded cellphone footage of himself and Mayweather cruising around in a car. Broner asks Mayweather to put on his seat belt, and the 38-year-old responds by explaining to his young padawan that safety wasn't a thing when he was born.
Warning: Video contains NSFW language.
Here's a transcript of the exchange:
Broner: Floyd, put your seat belt on.
Mayweather: Don't you start this s--t, A.B.
B: Put your f--king seat belt on.
M: That's your f--king era. That's not my era.
B: A seat belt saved my life!
M: I'm gonna save your motherf--king life. Just sit your ass right there and just chill.
To review, the man who is afraid his bodyguards will weigh down his plane and bring it crashing to the ground is totally fine with driving in traffic without a seat belt.
It makes sense if you don't think about it.