The undefeated retired boxer wore his earnings on his sleeve as he was pictured browsing the expensive wares of Mayfair’s high-end-boutique littered Mount Street with no less than nine members of his entourage.
Mayweather, 38, proved himself a true believer of the mantra, ‘ if you’ve got it flaunt it’ as he sported a watch which is said to be worth no less than £400,000 on his left wrist.
The Michigan-born sports star also ensured to make a statement when it came to his sartorial choices and he rocked a unique – and no doubt high-end designer – hooded jumper which was emblazoned with a quirky face motif.
He teamed the bold piece with a pair of everyday blue jeans and some black and yellow Nike trainers.
The super-rich champ played down his spending spree by captioning the picture: ‘Did a little shopping today.’
The social-media post depicted Mayweather standing against the shop front.
He had his hands in his pocket with one leg bent up and resting on the wall in front of the Balmain sign.
Mayweather’s shopping bags were displayed all around him and his nonchalant attitude to his super-expensive spree certainly entertained his followers.
‘Did he say a little shopping?,’ one commented while another remarked: ‘You could pay all my college with one of those bags lmao.’
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