Floyd Mayweather Taunts T.I.: Your Wife Ain't Loyal!

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Floyd Mayweather and T.I. brawled in Vegas over the weekend and as more details have emerged, we know more about what sparked their epic melee.

T.I.'s wife Tameka "Tiny" Cottle reportedly caused the fight, and the winner of the bout has been sharing his feelings about Cottle with anyone who cares to listen.

The video above shows Floyd in a club shortly after the fight. Chris Brown's song "Loyal" is on the speakers and Mayweather uses the opportunity to get in a dig at T.I. and his wife.

We're guessing the rapper won't care for Mayweather's comments:

"That's what I told T.I.!" Mayweather tells his friends/anyone within earshot.

"These hoes ain't loyal!"

Not exactly the kind of thing you say when you're trying to squash the beef, but Floyd is understandably not too concerned by the thought of a rematch with T.I.

Mayweather, after all, is an undefeated professional boxer, while T.I.'s most notable accomplishment of the past year was landing a spot in that Robin Thicke video with all the naked models in it.

Somehow, T.I. is "fine" after squaring off with Mayweather once, but we get the feeling that Round 2 might not be as easy for ol' Tip.

In case you haven't seen the Mayweather fight footage already, watch below and be amazed ... things got pretty out of hand in Sin City:

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