Despite having close-knit ties to both high-profile entertainers, Joey Crack said he would not try to play peacemaker.
“I’m tired of being the middle guy,” Joe said … “I’m tired of [being] the guy breaking everything up. I mean, you know, they’re brothers, man. I don’t like it. I don’t like it. Because they’re both beautiful guys to me, man.” Despite the hostility, Joe says there may be peace “somewhere down the road.” “I think maybe in the long run, they’ll figure it out. I really believe that they sincerely love each other and they’re brothers. Unfortunately, this is playing out on social media.” (TMZ Sports)
Yesterday, 50 Cent dragged Mayweather’s son and music mogul Diddy into a series of IG posts taunting Floyd.
— SOHH (@sohh) July 25, 2018
Earlier in the week, 50 claimed Floyd’s thirst for married women ultimately cost a woman her life.
— SOHH (@sohh) July 24, 2018
Back in December 2014, reports emerged about Floyd allegedly going on FaceTime with his friend Earl Hayes shortly before his murder-suicide.
TMZ broke the story … Floyd was on FaceTime with his rapper friend Monday morning when the shots were fired. Now we’re told, Floyd was telling Hayes he should leave his wife, Stephanie Moseley — a well-known backup dancer and star of VH1’s “Hit the Floor” — because she was bad for his career. As we reported, Hayes was distraught over what he believed was repeated infidelity, including a fling he said Stephanie had with Trey Songz. (TMZ Sports)