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Floyd Mayweather is a Cheer-Dad (And Not The Good Kind)

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April 5, 2017
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Floyd Mayweather Flipped Out When His Daughter Didn't Win a Cheerleading Competition 

FLOYD MAYWEATHER doesn't have much experience with losing. 

So when his 12-year-old daughter's team came in SECOND at the Jamz Cheer and Dance Competition in Irvine, California on Sunday, he couldn't take it.

He got into a heated discussion with event officials, saying there was CHEATING going on, and telling them, quote, "I fund this program!" 

(Check out video of the argument, and the announcer telling his story.)

Luckily things didn't get out of hand.  A rep for the competition says, quote, "We took him into the back.  We explained the judging.  We even laughed some.  Floyd handled himself professionally.  He was a great guest."

He also said Floyd was nowhere near the worst parent they've had to deal with.

 

Beyoncé's Social Media Posts Are Worth $1 Million Apiece? 

An analytics service claims BEYONCÉ is the most influential celebrity on social media, and that each one of her posts is theoretically worth $1 million. 

That's apparently just from a hypothetical marketing standpoint, not that her posts would be worth $1 million if you printed them off and put them on eBay.

She doesn't have the most followers, she trails Justin Bieber and Selena Gomez, among others.  But she did get a bump in influence back in February, when her pregnancy photo became the most-liked picture on Instagram.

 

The New Shia LaBeouf Movie Sells ONLY ONE Ticket When It Opened in the U.K.

Shia LaBeouf's new movie, “Man Down” is not only getting panned by critics, it’s not making any money. 

In the film, LaBeouf stars as a war veteran suffering from PTSD following his return from Afghanistan.

Well, the movie opened in the U.K over the weekend – and it made a total of $8.70.  That’s right.  $8.70.  Only ONE ticket was sold at a small theater.

Producers knew the movie wouldn’t make a lot of money, but they certainly expected it to bring-in more than $8.70!