By Jamal Dicky
I grew up around a lot of volatile women, and I know how easy they can switch on the devil and turn on the angel when they see fit. This is why I am very suspicious of the situation that Floyd Mayweather Jr. is in, I don’t believe he is a woman beater, and I don’t believe his ex-girlfriend was completely innocent and non-confrontational.
I’ve seen instigation from these type of women when they get jealous fits of rage and paranoia thinking that their man is fooling on them. My neighbor used to get yelled at by his girlfriend and she would threaten him with death, hit him with anything she could get her hands on and spit on him, she sure put on a show for the whole neighborhood to hear. He would just put up with the abuse for the sake of their two children, until one day he threatened to leave after finding guys sending her text messages on her phone, she jumped on his back bit him on the shoulder and he yelled in pain grabbed her arm and shook her hard telling her it’s enough and tossed her to the ground. The police showed up as he was packing up his car, right when she heard the sirens she started crying on the ground, holding her neck like it was broken and acting like an innocent victim who was abused and beaten for no reason.
The sad part of this situation was there were witnesses, including myself, who even told the police that she started it and would always hit him and yell at him when he would come home from work, she was actually the one always going out with the girls and coming home drunk late at night. The police report wasn’t enough to save him, the female Judge sentenced him to a short jail stint and he had to seek counseling. I remember what I saw in court, the judge yelled at him and told him that no man should ever toss a female to the ground causing whiplash, the Judge didn’t even want to hear his side of the story because his size alone made him look guilty, he was 6 foot 3 and over 200 pounds and I guess that made it hard to believe that he was being abused by a small 5 foot 4 woman, the only calming advice the Judge gave was to the woman, she told her to use her better judgement when it comes to men and to avoid dating men who are jealous and violent. The biased Judge gave the wrong person the advice.
I don’t understand this double standard, so it’s okay for a woman to threaten a man, bite him, call him degrading names, accuse him of cheating with no proof, and inflict physical harm on him, but the moment a man defends himself or grabs her and holds her hard telling her to stop, it is wrong? I don’t support wife beaters, or men who abuse their women, but I also don’t support women who abuse men while crying victim and getting off the hook because they claim depression.
I think Mayweather could be a victim here. He is a rich and famous athlete, his occupation is a boxer, and he already has an image that people don’t like. We don’t know what really went down, but we should also be able to question Floyd’s baby mama Josie Harris because she has a history of lies, in 2005 she testified that she lied about Floyd Mayweather beating her and the charges were dropped. We must not assume just because she is female she is innocent and her story is 100 percent true, and just because he is Floyd Mayweather Jr. he is guilty of all charges. My best advice for successful men out there, stay away from women who love drama.
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