There’s been an interesting development in the Earl Hayes/Stephanie Moseley murder-suicide story involving Floyd Mayweather.
Hayes, an artist on Mayweather’s Money Team record label, was on the phone (via FaceTime) with Mayweather when things went left between him and Moseley and the boxing champ was a witness to the horrific event, according to TMZ:
Sources tell us … rapper Earl Hayes called Floyd on FaceTime Monday morning in a rage, over claims his wife — VH1 star Stephanie Moseley — had been unfaithful.
According to our Floyd sources, Earl said he was going to kill his wife. The champ was pleading with him to get a grip … to no avail. Floyd will not say how much he saw, but he acknowledges he was a witness and heard everything.
Floyd is in shock and is having extreme difficulty dealing with the fact that he witnessed a horrifying murder/suicide.
Naturally, the violent and tragic incident stunned friends and associates.
“I’ve had sit-downs with both of them so whatever happened behind those doors we’ll never know,” Burrel L. Wilks, who described himself as a friend and life coach to Hayes, told NBC Los Angeles.
“But I heard out of her own mouth, he never raised a hand on her so this is kind of stunning,” Wilks said.
It’s also worth noting that some media outlets had reported that Hayes was the son of the late singer/actor Isaac Hayes. That has been refuted by one of the singer’s daughter, who tweeted this message: “my father #IsaacHayes had 11 children Earl Hayes is not one of them.”
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