A shocking new report claims that Floyd, a friend of Earl’s, witnessed the horrifying murder-suicide of Stephanie and Earl while on FaceTime with his longtime friend and producer. Read on for the details.
This is beyond horrifying. Floyd Mayweather came forward as a witness in the tragic deaths of Earl Hayes and Stephanie Moseley, who passed away on Dec. 8 from being shot to death in a murder-suicide. A new report claims that during the time of the tragic event, Earl was on FaceTime with Floyd.
Earl Hayes & Stephanie Moseley’s Murder-Suicide: Floyd Mayweather Saw It On FaceTime
Earl, 34, made a FaceTime call to Floyd on the morning of Dec. 8 before killing his wife, 30, and then himself, according to TMZ. The rapper was allegedly enraged over claims that his wife had been unfaithful to him.
Earl was going on and on about how he was going to kill his wife, while Floyd made every attempt to calm his friend down. Unfortunately, there was little he could do.
Floyd, who will not disclose how much he saw, heard the numerous gunshots that went off first on Stephanie and then on Earl.
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Shots were fired early on Dec. 8, and authorities rushed quickly to the scene, only to find Stephanie and Earl dead. Neighbors allegedly heard a woman screaming.
Earl was previously signed to Floyd’s record label, while Stephanie was a backup dancer for numerous chart-topping artists such as Chris Brown and Britney Spears.
Our thoughts go out to Stephanie and Earl’s families and friends, especially Floyd, during this very difficult time.
— Julianne Ishler
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