A dancer known for her work with Chris Brown, Britney Spears, and VH1’s “Hit The Floor” has died in an apparent murder-suicide after her rapper husband, Earl Hayes, claimed Moseley was cheating on him with a friend. New information shows that Earl Hayes’ friend, Floyd Mayweather, Jr., of Philthy Rich Records, witnessed the whole ordeal via FaceTime.
TMZ reports that Mayweather was on FaceTime with one of his best friends, Earl Hayes, when the guy pulled out a gun, shot his wife and then killed himself. According to the report, rapper Hayes called Floyd on FaceTime Monday morning in a rage, over claims his wife had been unfaithful. Mayweather said he tried to talk down Hayes from harming himself or Moseley. However, his pleas were denied and Mayweather says he “heard everything.”
Mayweather has not said exactly how much of the murder-suicide he saw, but did not say that he “witnessed” the whole thing and “heard everything.” One fan, who goes by MJ, made an interesting comment on the whole ordeal and is asking if Mayweather may have been the mystery man that Moseley was seeing behind her husband’s back.
“whatdaya wanna bet it was Floyd who she was cheating with??? why else would this loser have called floyd?? advice?? counselling?? nope…he was confronting!!! my money is on Floyd being the other man.”
This brings up an interesting point. Mayweather does claim that Hayes called him in a “rage” over claims that his wife had been unfaithful. Was Hayes calling Mayweather to confront him about the allegations? Was he calling so that Mayweather would have to be witness as he killed the woman they were both seeing? Many other fans seem to agree with MJ’s analysis, noting that most people wouldn’t just call up a friend in the middle of a rage in which they planned to kill their wife, and especially not on FaceTime, unless he wanted Mayweather to witness the murder-suicide. This left people wondering, why would Hayes want Mayweather to witness the murder unless he was “the other man?”
Another piece of information that implicates Mayweather as the possible “other man” is an Instagram photo posted by 50 Cent. In the post, 50 Cent says, “All can think about is what you said to me up stairs. Don’t you ever do nothing to your self no matter what champ.” The post implies that Mayweather is feeling extreme guilt or having possible suicidal feelings following the incident. Though watching one of your best friends commit suicide is enough to send anyone over the edge, the idea that Mayweather may feel guilty for contributing to the factors that led to the deaths could be implied.
What do you think? Could Floyd Mayweather, Jr. have been seeing Stephanie Moseley? What do you think about the FaceTime call between Earl Hayes and Mayweather during the murder-suicide?