FLOYD MAYWEATHER had someone help him count his money as he shopped at Louis Vuitton in Japan.
The American is in Asia this week for his exhibition fight with Mikuru Asakura in Saitama.
While in Japan, Mayweather has gone out for a spot of shopping.
The 45-year-old visited a Louis Vuitton store, and couldn’t resist making a purchase.
Rather than pay by card, the 50-0 boxer produced wads of cash at the counter.
As he counted out the correct amount of money, he also appeared to get a friend to double check.
Alongside a laughing emoji, one fan wrote: “He got somebody that just counts his money after him to make sure it’s right.”
Another fan replied: “If you go into a store and use large amounts of cash, in this day and age, you just straight showing off, man could most probably have just used Apple Pay, just a big flex for no reason really, everyone know he got money.”
A third asked: “Why can’t he use a credit/debit card like normal people?”
While another joked: “He looks confused.”
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Some Twitter users jumped to Mayweather’s defense, however, with one writing: “No he’s in Japan using their currency and the guy is there to speak for him and make sure the amount is correct.”
After his bout with Asakura, Mayweather has been linked with two more bouts.
He is set to fight YouTuber Deji in November, despite not knowing who he is.
Mayweather is then eyeing a 2023 rematch with Conor McGregor – although the Notorious wrote “not interested” on Instagram.