• Mayweather bought his second private jet
  • His representative said it’s a 12 passenger Gulfstream III
  • Mayweather named it Air Mayweather 2

When you’re retired and have a lot of money, what will you do?

Well, retired former pound-for-pound king, Floyd “Money” Mayweather Jr. knows exactly what he’ll do with his.

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Mayweather, who is known for his love for the luxurious things in life, bought a new private jet – his second one.

A representative of Mayweather told TMZ: “It’s a 12 passenger Gulfstream III with gold cup holders, gold sink, gold accents throughout. It has all white leather seats and a fully stocked kitchen. He now has two jets. Air Mayweather 1 and 2.”

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The representative did not disclose how much Mayweather spent on his second jet but it sure doesn’t look cheap.

A few months ago, Mayweather spent over $400,000 on Hermes bags during his trip to Paris, France.

He was also seen wearing a $2-million watch as he cruised around Los Angeles with a caravan of four high-priced cars, including the Koenigsegg CCXR Trevita, which he revealed cost him almost $5 million.

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Image from TMZ

He also displayed his piles of cash, Miami beach mansion, and sports cars on his Instagram and Twitter accounts.

In one picture, Mayweather can be seen relaxing on a couch with piles of cash in front of him.

He wrote: “They say “Life Is What You Make It” and to that, I’ll agree wholeheartedly! As I sit here acknowledging how blessed I am to be retired a year shy of my 40th birthday, it’s nearly impossible to say that I am not living the “American Dream”. Without my usual six-pack or muscle tone in sight, I can sit back and get the last laugh, knowing that I put in the “Hard Work & Dedication” to be 49-0. I’m blessed to wake up every morning, certain that my bank accounts are growing. Making 7 figures monthly without moving a finger just further proves that I’ve made brilliant investments and decisions that allow me to walk away from the ring, comfortably. I’m proud to be a King.”