Floyd Mayweather took to social media on Monday and spoke out publicly about the losses he’s suffered in his family, the pain he’s feeling, and his plans to help others during this unprecedented COVID-19 pandemic.

In the video, posted on his Instagram page, boxing champ began by saying he’s “been dealing with a lot” since the passing of his children’s mother, Josie Harris, and the death of his uncle and trainer, Roger Mayweather, who passed a week later.

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Floyd went on to talk about the COVID-19 pandemic saying:

I’m affected by this. It hurts to see what the world is going through.

But, I want us to stick together and keep believing. 

He went on to address his own imperfections saying:

No one is perfect. I’m not perfect and I strive to be a perfectionist every day. But, no one is perfect. I make mistakes all the time and the only thing I can do is try to become better. 

But, I’m here to help this world become a better place. 

From there, Floyd Mayweather vowed to do his part to help those in need. But, made it very clear he does not plan to boast or announce how much money he’s giving.

Watch the clip below.

This is the most humbled I’ve ever seen Floyd and my heart hurts for him as he grieves and navigates his daughter’s case.

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I appreciate his efforts to help those in need in spite of it all.