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Mayweather jabs at Pacquiao’s alleged US tax woes in latest tweet

By: - Reporter / @MarkGiongcoINQ
/ 11:51 PM December 26, 2013

Floyd Mayweather Jr. and Manny Pacquiao. FILE PHOTOS

MANILA, Philippines—Undefeated pound-for-pound fighter Floyd Mayweather Jr. isn’t done yet in making fun of Filipino ring icon Manny Pacquiao on Twitter.

And this time, Mayweather blasted the Saranggani lawmaker’s alleged tax woes in the US.

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Screencap from Floyd Mayweather Jr.’s Twitter account.

“Juan Marquez ate Timothy Bradley’s leftovers. Now you’re telling me I got to eat Juan Marquez’s leftovers? Let me talk to the IRS about this,” said the recent tweet with accompanying photoshopped image of him hitting Pacquiao in the face.

The brash Mayweather also let his followers know what he thinks of a potential fight with Pacquiao.

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Three days ago, Mayweather also posted a photoshopped picture on the social networking site mocking Pacquiao’s brutal knockout at the hands of his Mexican rival Juan Manuel Marquez which the American had said to be his “Christmas card to the world.”

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