Floyd Mayweather’s never-ending birthday celebration has gone international.
After we reported that the champ had a party in Fort Lauderdale and another in Miami — which was shut down by cops — as well as a party on a yacht, one at a mansion on Star Island and a big dinner, all to fête his 44th birthday, we’re now told that Mayweather has now moved the celebrations on to Aruba.
Said a source on the Caribbean island, “He had a party on the beach [on Wednesday], the day before he took over a little private island and [on Thursday night] he took over a club.”
We’re told the ring legend — who seems intent on singe-handedly making up for all the partying that the world has missed out on over the past twelve months — has “a bunch of girls down there.”
We’re told that he’s staying in one of a group of luxury beachfront hotels on the northern end of the island which includes a Ritz-Carlton and Marriott resort and casino. Amazingly for a grown adult, the extended multi-country bacchanal apparently has a title.It’s dubbed “The Floyd Mayweather Birthday Experience.”
And quite an experience it’s been.
As we reported, the festivities began in Fort Lauderdale last Thursday, where he partied at a club with rumored fiancée, Las Vegas “head stripper” Anna Monroe, and guests including Rick Ross, Angela Simmons, N.O.R.E, and somewhat surprisingly, Joe Biden’s brother, Frank.
As we reported, on Sunday night cops shut down another of his parties, this time at hotspot Swan, after it stayed open past Miami’s midnight curfew because Mayweather had shown up late for the event. The venue was given a $500 fine for violating an emergency order.
He also had a private dinner last Friday, a party at a mansion on Star Island on Saturday, and a private yacht party on Monday.
Reps for the champ did not respond to requests for comment.