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Afraid to get involved? Floyd Mayweather uploaded a post about his visit to Israel - and deleted it Israel today

2022-11-22T11:13:15.243Z

The legendary boxer, who was present in the Holy Land this week, received tens of thousands of likes on his photo from Jerusalem - but made sure to take it off the networks • We thought he would give a fight to Kanye West? So we thought



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Floyd Mayweather put Israel on the map.

The legendary boxer, who is considered one of the best in the world, came this week for a private visit to Israel and was awarded a VIP tour of the Holy Land.

Floyd landed at the visitor center of the "Ash Global" organization, which is located in front of the Western Wall in Jerusalem, where he was given an exciting tour with special explanations about the Jewish heritage and the values ​​it symbolizes and even met Rabbi Itiel Goldvicht, who is one of the founders of Ash Israel.

Without thinking twice, and after the American singer's anti-Semitic statements, Mayweather shared the visit in a post on Instagram, in front of his 28 and a half million followers, and soon the post received tens of thousands of likes.

It's so great that boxing legend @FloydMayweather is in #Israel right now, and even more awesome in the heart of Jerusalem!

What a champion!

🥊 🇮🇱 pic.twitter.com/v9YrV5Ry31

— Arsen Ostrovsky (@Ostrov_A) November 21, 2022

But those who thought that the athlete did not give in to the pressures, were probably mistaken, when Mayweather made sure to delete the post and take the picture off the networks.

The reason is currently unknown, and one can only guess what it is.

Mayweather in Israel.

Didn't want to leave a trace, photo: aish global

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Source: israelhayom

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