AceShowbiz - Floyd Mayweather, Jr. is not a perfect father and he never claimed to be one. The former boxing champion has seemingly defended himself as a parent after his daughter Iyanna a.k.a. Yaya Mayweather got into trouble with the law for allegedly stabbing her boyfriend NBA Youngboy's pal.
On Sunday, April 5, the professional boxing promoter shared on Instagram a video of himself training in a boxing ring with his son Koraun. He wrote in the caption, "Never claimed to be perfect, but I strive to be the best father possible," and added the hashtag #DaddyDuties.
Iyanna, who is Floyd's daughter with Melissa Brim, was arrested on Saturday, April 4 after she was involved in a fight with her boyfriend's female friend, LaPattra Lashai Jacobs. The incident happened when Iyanna went to Youngboy's Houston, Texas home at around 1:30 A.M. and confronted the woman. Iyanna claimed she was Youngboy's fiancee and told LaPattra to leave the house before allegedly charging at her with two knives. The 19-year-old allegedly stabbed LaPattra twice.
The victim suffered non-life threatening injuries and underwent surgery. Iyanna told cops she'd never met her victim, but that she was provoked by her yanking her hair before the alleged attack. She was arrested and taken to a jail in Harris County, Texas, but has been released after posting a $30,000 bond.
She is now ordered to stay at least 1,000 feet away from LaPattra Jacobs at all times and if she violates the order she could be facing additional jail time. The order specifically stated, "Do not go within 1000 feet of the residence of place of business of the Complainant or any member of her family. Do not go within 1000 feet of any childcare facility or school that the Complainant’s children, if any, may attend." The judge also ordered that Iyanna is not allowed to be in possession of any weapons and is prohibited from drinking alcohol or taking drugs.