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He told his followers to "believe half of what you see and none of what you hear, especially when it comes to the media in this country," and he also made it seem as though he doesn’t have any issues with the IRS from back in 2015.
It appears to be a slightly different story than the one his tax lawyer told, but it’s clear Mayweather isn't going to lose any sleep over the stories about him that have been circulating over the last 24 hours: Mc Gregor weighed in on the situation late Monday as well, and he, of course, used the IRS report to help add fuel to the fire as far as the upcoming Mayweather/Mc Gregor fight is concerned.
shortly after the IRS report came out, and he attempted to explain why Mayweather has a tax liability dating back to 2015.
According to him, Mayweather "always pays his taxes," but he also takes advantage of certain regulations that "allow taxpayers to defer their tax liability in certain circumstances." Morse argued that Mayweather isn’t putting off paying his tax liability because he can’t pay it, but rather, he’s putting it off because the IRS allows it and it allows Mayweather the chance to make more on the money he’s earned by investing it elsewhere instead of simply handing it right over to the IRS.
The biggest hybrid fight of all time will take place in Las Vegas on August 26.