Watch Floyd Mayweather Chat With ESPN About His 'Cheap' Bugattis

Floyd Mayweather has amassed a large collection of exclusive cars, including what he considers a pair of "cheap" Bugattis. Those are two words you don't often see put together, but when you have a garage full of million-dollar cars, it's all relative. This happened during an interview that he did with ESPN's Stephen A. Smith, who reacts perfectly on hearing that Mayweather thinks any Bugatti is cheap. He looks back at the car and points at it, just to be sure they're talking about the same car, and asks Mayweather to explain. What he's referring to as cheap is a $1.6 million Veyron, and even as he says it, you can see that he knows how ridiculous the words sound coming out of his mouth. He quickly goes on to point out a second $1.6 million Veryron, as well as a Grand Sport Vitesse that runs about the price of the other two combined at more than $3 million. That's the expensive Bugatti. RELATED: Watch Bruce the Driver Show Off Floyd Mayweather's Collection He also points out a beautiful, white Lamborghini Aventador LP700-4 that he says was purchased the day he got out of prison. It was the first thing he did when they let him out, so the dealer didn't even recognize him with his new, scruffier prison look. The car was technically already sold, but the buyer hadn't given the dealership the cash just yet. Mayweather gave them the cash on the spot, and some other schmuck was left out in the cold. And now you understand why this guy thinks $1.6 million is cheap. RELATED: See the 2012 Bugatti Veyron Grand Sport Vitesse ____________________________________ Click Here to Read the Original Article on Boldride