Floyd Mayweather’s Daughter Arrested for Allegedly Stabbing NBA YoungBoy’s Baby Mama

Brenda Watkins
April 5, 2020

Pro boxer Floyd Mayweather's daughter Iyanna was arrested early Saturday in a violent confrontation over rapper pal NBA Youngboy, according to reports. Last December, he addressed her on a remake of Michael Jackson's "Dirty Dianna" titled "Dirty Iyanna".

She is now in Houston's Harris County jail.

According to TMZ, the 19-year-old went to NBA Youngboy's home in Houston, TX around 1:30 a.m and found him with a woman named Lapattra Lashai Jacobs. The two women began a verbal altercation, which turned physical when Mayweather allegedly retrieved two knives from the kitchen and stabbed Jacobs twice.

The incident reportedly took place over NBA Youngboy.

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An ambulance arrived on the scene a short time later and took Jacobs to the hospital where her status is now unknown. Jacobs told Mayweather to leave, while Mayweather allegedly responded by saying she was Youngboy's fiancee and that Jacobs should leave. Jacobs told police she didn't feel the first knife wound but said Iyanna charged at her with the second knife, stabbing her again. She was taken to the hospital. It is unclear what condition Jacobs is now in.

NBA Youngboy, who was home at the time when law enforcement and EMTs arrived, was briefly handcuffed - presumably as a precautionary measure - before being released.

Mayweather claims that Jacobs incited her by pulling her hair outside the house before running into the kitchen. In 2011, Mayweather was sentenced to serve 90 days in the county jail as part of a plea deal.

Just last month, Josie Harris - the mother to three of Mayweather's children - was found dead in her vehicle.

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