Floyd Mayweather Leaves Jail, Picked Up By 50 Cent

Floyd Mayweather Leaves Jail, Picked Up By 50 Cent
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After 2 months in jail, Floyd Mayweather has been released a month ahead of schedule, due to good behavior.

Floyd “Money” Mayweather left Clark County Detention Center shortly after midnight last night, greeted by friends and family including his 12-year-old daughter, Iyanna Mayweather, as well as rapper 50 Cent.

Mayweather, who was originally sentenced to 87 days in jail for a domestic violence case with an ex-girlfriend, was released early due to good behavior and for work time. The state of Nevada allows for up to ten days per month of the sentence to be knocked off for good behavior, thus Mayweather only ended up serving 63 days.

50 Cent pulled up in a powder blue Bentley, handed Mayweather the keys, and they rode off without the five-division undefeated world champion addressing the media.

While Mayweather does not have any fights scheduled, the Money Team is sure to be looking into possible opponents for him for the first half of 2013.

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Photo Credit: Al Bello/Getty Images

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