Comedian Travis Jay is back impersonating Floyd Mayweather. This time around, commenting on boxer Robert Guerrero and his “15 metre garden”, LOL!
I'm sure this isn't the last we'll see of Travis Jay as Floyd Mayweather.
Following a fall-out with 50 Cent, Floyd Mayweather Jr. walked into last night's fight with the help of Lil Wayne. Weezy rapped his hit “No Worries” as he walked Mayweather to the fight in which the boxer had a smooth victory.
Today I had the pleasure to shoot Robert Guerrero for Jay-Z’s Life+Times as he gears up for his upcoming bout with Floyd Mayweather Jr. on May 4th. And to help build anticipation for the fight, Showtime has brought back their All Access series, enlisted Common to narrate and is giving us a behind-the-scenes look at both Mayweather and Guerrero prepare for their battle in the ring.
“Being a part of All Access really gave me an insight into the process that these fighters go through and what their lives are like when they prepare for battle. It grants the audience at home a backstage pass to one of the biggest sporting events of the year.” – Common
Click play on the first episode up top and hit the jump for the trailer of episode two (which airs tomorrow night at 10pm on Showtime).
Curtis appeared on ESPN’s First Take as today’s special guest and joined the debate desk with Skip Bayless. He spoke on his relationship with Floyd Mayweather and revealed that Mayweather ducked Pacman. Fif also spoke on what boxing could learn from the MMA and his upcoming album, Street King Immortal. UPDATE: Curtis also sat down with ESPN for an off-air interview when he spoke on joining Kendrick Lamar on stage in NYC, his upcoming album Street Immortal, the possibility of a (original) G-Unit reunion and more. Take a look at some quotes after the jump.
And then you roll into New York to jump on stage and sing with Kendrick Lamar. Hey, I’m active. I’m moving around. For me, it’s all about getting back in motion. I’m getting my feet back into what got me here: music.
How is the latest CD, “Street King Immortal,” coming along? I know you’re still working on it. At that show with Kendrick, I performed two songs — “We Up” and “Major Distribution.” “We Up” likely will be on my next CD. I’m going to hit the tour after that. Music is the reason I’ve been able to be a part of this brand extension. I turned down some film projects to open time to hit the road. It’s like hitting the restart button.
What about a reunion of G-Unit? The original G-Unit, maybe. We might do something. I’ll be honest with you. Some of these new artists on the label I don’t think are working as hard as they could. I don’t know how hard they want to work or how much they want it. I could see the original coming back together though.