According to court documents obtained by The Blast, a Texas judge ordered YaYa follow specific rules after being released on bond. One of the terms states YaYa is to have no contact with the alleged victim and “do not go within 1000 feet of the residence of place of business of the Complainant or any member of her family. Do not go within 1000 feet of any childcare facility or school that the Complainant’s children, if any, may attend.”
The judge ordered YaYa to not possession any weapons and is prohibited from drinking alcohol or taking drugs. Over the weekend, Floyd’s daughter was released on $30,000 bond.
As The Blast previously reported, YaYa was arrested after she allegedly stabbed her boyfriend NBA YoungBoy’s ex twice during an altercation at the rapper’s home. YaYa allegedly showed up to the home to find the rapper with his baby mama. She reportedly told LaPattra to leave but the baby mama refused. YaYa grabbed two knives at one point and stabbed NBA YoungBoy’s ex on the arm.
Police were called to the scene where they found LaPattra on the floor bleeding. An EMT took her to a local hospital for treatment. The victim received “serval lacerations to both arms” which required emergency surgery. The status of her condition is unknown but her injuries were considered non-life threatening.
Floyd hasn’t spoke about the incident but posted a video inside the gym this morning. He shared a clip of him training his son, Koraun Mayweather. He captioned the posted, “Never claimed to be perfect, but I strive to be the best father possible. #DaddyDuties @kingkoraun.” He added, “Teaching my son @kingkoraun the fundamentals. Keep up the good work, I’m proud of you.”