Music moguls Jay Z, Beyoncé, Lil Wayne, Diddy and more superstars were out in full affect last night (May 2) to watch the highly-anticipated Floyd Mayweather Jr. and Manny Pacquiao Las Vegas fight.

Footage and pictures of the celebrity appearances surfaced early Sunday (May 3).

Justin Bieber cleaned up nicely in a suit as he escorted his undefeated pal Mayweather into the ring, while Pacquaio was flanked by a Bieber-impersonating Jimmy Kimmel. There were plenty of other couple sightings. Diddy brought Cassie as his date, Bow Wow stepped out with his fiancée Erica Mena, and Lil Wayne couldn’t keep his hands off girlfriend Christina Milian. (Rap-Up)

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Mayweather took down his rival this weekend after 12 rounds.

Unbeaten Floyd Mayweather defeated Manny Pacquiao by a unanimous decision in their welterweight world championship unification bout Saturday night at the MGM Grand Garden Arena in Las Vegas. Mayweather won the World Boxing Organization’s title and retained the World Boxing Association and World Boxing Council belts. The bout went the full 12 rounds. Mayweather is 48-0 with 26 knockouts. Pacquiao is 57-6-2 with 38 knockouts. (CNN)

Along with picking Money Mayweather to win, G-Unit head 50 Cent offered a few tips for Floyd’s rival this week>.

“Floyd don’t know how to lose,” Fif said in an interview. “I’m sure the fight’s gonna start around one [in the morning] – they’re gonna put the pressure on him to come right across the ring at him and then Floyd can fight in the pocket, he just doesn’t force himself into if he doesn’t have to. They’re gonna find that out quick. It could get messy if [Manny] thinks it’s okay to come in there out of control, he might get that [Juan Manuel] Marquez. Don’t expect [Floyd] to run. They think he’s just gonna run from him but we’re gonna establish right away that you shouldn’t think that.” (“First Take”)

Last week, 50 revealed his issues with Mayweather tended to stem from minor arguments and misunderstandings.

“We’ve been good. My younger brother happens to be the best fighter in the world. He can make $200 million in 36 minutes. How do you tell him what to do? You don’t,” 50 said in an interview. “Sometimes he’s not right. You’ll tell him, ‘You’re not right.’ Because everyone else is codependent, he can’t agree with you. Then you have that argument until he starts to look at it and goes, ‘Alright. He was right.’” (MTV)