Floyd Mayweather Spends $18K On Custom Mink Car Seat For Grandson

Floyd Mayweather

Floyd Mayweather Spends $18K On Custom Mink Car Seat For Grandson

Floyd Mayweather is proving that no price is too high, especially when it comes to his grandson.

The retired professional boxer recently cashed out on a car seat for Kentrell Jr., reportedly spending $18,000 on the lavish mink custom.

Kentrell Jr. is the one-year-old son of Floyd Mayweather’s daughter YaYa (real name Iyanna Mayweather) and rapper YoungBoy Never Broke Again (real name Kentrell DeSean Gaulden).

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The toddler’s new car seat is special not only because of its high price tag but because it matches up perfectly with his grandfather’s 2022 Rolls-Royce Cullinan, which has a mink fur interior and cost a hefty $345,000.

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In neon script that perfectly fits the bright lime inside of the automobile, the name “Kentrell Jr.” is engraved on the headrest of the car seat. It’s also equipped with two cup holders, perfect for sipping milk and juice simultaneously. 

This isn’t the first time Floyd Mayweather has used funds to showcase his love for his grandson. The 50-0 champion previously purchased the toddler a Diamond encrusted Rolex worth about $45,000.

He’s also shared loving Instagram photos. In one post of him and his grandson, Mayweather said,

“They say pictures say a thousand words, I guess this one says a million.”

He added,

“The torch might have skipped a generation!”

Floyd Mayweather

It’s safe to say, Mayweather is a proud grandfather.

What are your thoughts on the custom car seat Floyd Mayweather got his grandson? Let us know in the comments! 


Authored by: S. G.