Floyd Mayweather's next boxing fight isn't scheduled until Sept. 13, but the undefeated welterweight champion still found a way to be involved in an altercation, after a wild street-sparring session with rapper T.I. last Saturday in Las Vegas.
According to reports, the two were at hamburger chain Fatburger when chairs started flying and onlookers scattered to safety. Las Vegas police has said one man sustained minor injuries.
TMZ was first to report the incident, but its video appears to come from the Instagram account discovered by Deadspin, which is below.
The two were reportedly arguing over T.I.’s wife, Tameeka “Tiny” Harris, with Mayweather saying in one the video: “Control your b***h!”
The video that captures the chair throwing is rather blurry, and its difficult to tell who is who until Mayweather gets away from the melee later.
Mayweather, 37, has served jail time before for violence outside of the ring. In 2012, he was released early after serving two of a three-month sentence for misdemeanor domestic battery.
Atlanta-based T.I., real name Clifford Harris Jr., served nearly two years in prison for illegal weapons charges.