Floyd Mayweather shares photo with grown up son from his high school gradution day

Jun 01, 2018
07:58 P.M.
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Professional boxer shared an emotional update on social media after his son achieved a feat that he could not.

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41-year-old boxing great Floyd Mayweather shared a photo of himself with his son, Koraun, on Instagram after his son completed his graduation from high school on Thursday.

Koraun posed with his father as he smiled for the camera holding his diploma from West Ranch High School in Stevenson Ranch, California.

His proud father, Mayweather, rested his arm on Koraun's shoulder. Mayweather slipped into a formal attire for the special day. He wore a formal white shirt with black outlines and topped it with a suave jacket. 

Koraun had worn a red plaid shirt and donned his square academic cap with the graduation apron as beamed a smile for the photograph.

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Mayweather was extremely proud of his son for graduating high school. His pride stemmed from the fact that he could not graduate from high school himself.

"When I️ was his age, I️ dropped out of school and followed my dream of boxing to take my family out of poverty."

Floyd Mayweather, Instagram, May 31, 2018.

Koraun posted the same image on his Instagram account and shared the moment with his followers. The 18-year-old captioned the photo by expressing his gratitude.

He thanked the people that took out time from their schedules to celebrate his graduation. Koraun also thanked his parents, Mayweather and Josie Harris, for motivating him and supporting him throughout his journey.

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He said that he felt good to have graduated high school. Koraun toom the opportunity to promote his first music video, Rack$, on the same day of his graduation.

He notified his followers that his music will be soon available for purchase on multiple platforms.

Koraun found himself in controversy in 2014 when he called Mayweather a coward for not speaking up about the domestic violence towards his mother, Harris, in 2010.

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