Floyd Mayweather Jr's relationship with rappers has not been the best lately. His brawl in Las Vegas with T.I., the jabs at his education level from Nelly along with 50 Cent's barrage of social media shots hasn't sit nicely with the Money Mayweather. The boxing champ recently spoke on his recent turmoil and chalked it up to a desire to stay relevant.

"I don't really focus on nothing like that," Mayweather said. "I'm relevant. I'm relevant. My life is the shit. I'm something to talk about. What's so crazy is this: You know, when people are not relevant, and they're not moving units like they were once moving ... you've got to realize, I've been relevant for 18 years. God has blessed me with an unbelievable talent, with fast feet, fast hands, unbelievable defense and a very, very sharp mind. So I'm thankful for that. Of course, hip-hop artists, they come and go. They come and go. But I'm still here."