Elite Daily- Money Mayweather has made over $250 million throughout his professional career, so it should come as little surprise he only uses $25,000 custom mouthpieces.
Constructed by New York City-based dentist Dr. Lee Gause, these babies are made with gold flakes, diamonds and $100 bills, and they cost more than I make in six months.
And mother's everywhere are in an outrage. If there was one thing you weren't supposed to do as a child it was put money in your mouth. You don't know where it's been. You don't know the type of people that have touched it. Meanwhile, Floyd Mayweather, as usual, is just spitting in the face of societal norms. Next thing you know he is going to be grabbing lightbulbs and putting his hand on the stove. Probably eats in front of the TV too. If he wasn't worth a hundred billion dollars he would be a mother's worst nightmare.
Imagine being rich enough to pay someone 25K to cut up 100 dollar bills and strategically place them in your mouth guard. It's got to be demoralizing as the mouthguard maker to sit there and do arts and crafts for Pretty Boy Floyd, although I am sure overcharging him by roughly 24K helps him get through the process. $25,000 for a mouthguard, but the guy can't read and won't hire a financial advisor? He probably gets ripped off on the daily. Maybe I'm not clued into the mouthguard game, but that price seems excessive. What does a regular ass custom mouthguard cost? Know what a custom mouthguard with a cut up $100 dollar bill in it should cost? $100 dollars more that that. That is a spotty cut and paste job at best. Hell, for that craftsmanship he should make the company use it's own $100's. Pretty ironic that he basically paid a minimum wage salary to put money in his mouth when nearly everything that comes out of said mouth is worthless.
Although if my trainer/uncle looked like this I would probably put a small fortune in my mouth just to be safe too...