Thursday, May 07, 2020

Iyanna Mayweather Stab Victim Requires More Surgery


This week Lapattra Jacobs, who was stabbed by boxer Floyd Mayweather's 19-year-old daughter Iyanna over their shared boyfriend rapper NBA Youngboy, showed fans the extent of the nerve damage in her arm [click here if you missed that].

Lapattra's injuries are even worse than initially thought...

Yesterday Lapattra said she had been stabbed in the worse possible place and would require more surgery to repair the damage.



11 comments:

Anonymous said...

She’s gearing up for that civil case

Kupcakeshay said...

Lawsuit!

Kupcakeshay said...

And don't blame her.

Anonymous said...

They need to extend that surgery to her brain.

Malika said...

Iyanna ain't got no bread, her daddy does. Unless they find a way to make him financially liable (which might have been easier if she'd committed the stabbing as a minor), she's not getting much. She'd actually do better to sue the bd, but we all know that ain't happening.

ms mac said...

Wasn't she just on Insta this week jammin to some trap music? I guess them meds finally wore off, huh? Whatever. I mean we get it. She didn't ask to be stabbed but all this attention seeking is getting old. How many more details do we need about a stabbing? Wake me when she starts doing PSAs about how she left her deadbeat baby daddy behind, turned her life completely around and never looked back.

NiyabinghiWerewolfObeahWoman said...

Some members of this generation Z is something else. Hopefully the spiritual awakening sweeping the entire planet, will hit their asses too.

Anonymous said...

I have a few ?'s like why neither of the visitors volunteered to walk away or leave? And why didnt someone try to stop a fight?

Anonymous said...

I have a few ?'s like why neither of the visitors volunteered to walk away or leave? And why didnt someone try to stop a fight?

Anonymous said...

Daily post causes every one to say "Who cares, Its your problem".

More important things are happening in this world.

Daisydooks said...

These young daughters are in desperate need of wise counsel. No nation can rise higher than its women.

Kudos to Black mamas who are raising their daughters to become future leaders.

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