Floyd Mayweather apparently admits that, well, T.I. had a pretty good reason for coming at him this spring, as Floyd says he was doing the rapper's wife.
It's still not entirely clear what caused the brawl, or at least it wasn't before Mayweather, promoting his upcoming fight, shed some light on it Saturday.
Someone yelled at the press conference, "What about T.I.?" Floyd, rather than ignoring this, said, "What about the bitch? I was f--king his bitch."
The infamous T.I.-Floyd Mayweather fight broke out at a Las Vegas Fatburger in May, with Tameka "Tiny" Cottle reportedly at the center of the drama.
Tiny posted photos of the boxer and his daughter on Instagram right before the melee, and the rapper (real name Clifford Harris) was clearly not happy.
After the above clip hit the Internet, Floyd tried to run some damage control, saying he never had sex with Tiny and didn't say that at the press conference.
Instead, Mayweather insists he said "he thinks I was f--king his bitch."
He does mutter something before "I was f--king" but it's hard to hear.
Mayweather tells TMZ, "I've never been with Tiny sexually. I respect her situation and think she's a good person. I would never disrespect a marriage."
Tiny also denies having sexual relations with Floyd, and feels he made that press conference boast as revenge for Tiny dissing him at the BET Awards.
Whatever happened that night in Vegas, and whatever he said this weekend, Mayweather and T.I. aren't likely to break bread together anytime soon.
Floyd told him to "control your b-tch" and that "these hoes ain't loyal" (hat tip, Chris Brown), so sex or no sex, he's not exactly extending an olive branch.
As for T.I., he's taking the high road this time, saying:
"I hope he is enjoying himself. God bless him."