NBA Youngboy’s fiance Iyanna Mayweather has been released from a Texas jail after allegedly stabbing the mother of his child, and the mugshot of her arrest has just made its may online.
Floyd Mayweather’s daughter was arrested early Saturday morning after an argument turned violent and she is accused of stabbing another woman in both arms.
Mayweather was booked into Harris County Jail and a mugshot was taken of her during the process. The picture made its way to Instagram, and as you can see, she is sporting purple hair and looks like she has had a rough night.
We broke the story, Iyanna is accused of pulling a kitchen knife during the melee and stabbing her victim in both arms.
A spokesperson for the police department told us the injuries are not life-threatening but required emergency surgery to fix. The victim was rushed to a local hospital from the NBA’s home where she underwent the surgery.
In the end, Mayweather was charged with “aggravated assault with a deadly weapon.”
NBA Youngboy broke his silence on the situation but didn’t address the two woman’s fight, instead, he went OFF on Kodak Black who posted a message from prison suggesting the rapper cooperated with the authorities. The rapper also called Iyanna’s father a few names during the rant.
Several fans took to Instagram to place some blame on Floyd for not being there for his daughter.
“I would hate to have everything in the world and be undefeated but still my kids choose another man that has less power than I got. This is crazy and it’s time Floyd step back from his money and step in his child’s life and do some damage control! Protect your legacy champ,” one person wrote.
Another added, “The father has always been so concerned with money and Gucci. He didn’t have time to love and raise his kids. It’s really sad. U can have all the money in the world but if u don’t have love and substance. Then the money means nothing. Her dad more concerned with buying million dollars watches.”
Yaya Mayweather has been released from jail and is due back in court in the next few weeks to face the charges.