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Floyd Mayweather Wishes Son Zion Happy Birthday Following Ex Josie Harris' Death

By Ryan Naumann

Floyd Mayweather’s celebrated the birthday of his son Zion following the death of his ex, Josie Harris.

Over the weekend, the fighter wished Zion Mayweather a happy 19th birthday on his Instagram. Floyd shared a snap of his son captioned, “Everyone FOLLOW & wish my son, @zion_mayweather A HAPPY BIRTHDAY!”

A bunch of his followers commented birthday wishes for Floyd’s kid.

Zion is Floyd’s youngest son he shared with his ex-Josie. The birthday comes after Josie was found dead outside her home on March 11.

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As The Blast first reported, Josie Harris was found dead inside her car outside her Valencia, California home. She was found unresponsive in her car by one of her children.

The cause of death has yet to be determined. Officials did not find evidence of drugs or a suicide note at the scene. An autopsy was completed but officials are awaiting a toxicology report.

Following her death, Floyd posted a tribute to the mother of his three children on social media. He shared a ton of throwback photos from during their relationship captioned, “My Baby.”


Floyd and Josie were in the middle of a nasty $20 million court battle before her tragic death. They were scheduled to face off with each other when the trial started on December 7, 2020.

Back in 2015, Josie sued Floyd accusing him of lying about domestic violence during an interview with Katie Couric. He claimed to Katie that Josie was high on drugs during a 2010 domestic violence incident, which lead to him serving two months behind bars. He said Josie was high on drugs during the incident and he had to restrain her.

In the lawsuit. Josie said this was nonsense and accused Floyd of beating her that night. She argued the evidence proved he assaulted her and denied being high.

The case will still move forward if the representative in charge of Josie’s estate decides to proceed.

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