It's Good To Be Rich: Floyd Mayweather Gets His Haircut 2-3 Times A Week, And Pays His Stylist $1,000 Each Time
LBS- Nothing is more important to Floyd Mayweather Jr. than his image, so we really shouldn’t be surprised to hear how much he spends on haircuts. Still, we can’t help but shake our head at it.
TMZ recently spoke with Jackie Starr, who is Mayweather’s stylist and has been cutting his hair since 2009. It sounds like a pretty good gig for her, as Floyd pays $1,000 per haircut and hits her up multiple times a week.
“I cut his hair two times a week, three times is pushing it, but then it also depends on the occasion,” Starr said. “If he’s in training I will cut him Monday, Wednesday and Friday.”
And this, my friends, is why rich people are never at a loss for company. Doesn't matter if Floyd Mayweather is an insufferable douchebag, because he's an insufferable douchebag that doesn't mind tossing his money around - even if he's just doing so to draw attention to himself. You think Jackie Starr gives a shit if all the chair-time chatter is about her customer's net worth when she's getting paid 2-3 thousand dollars a week for what amounts to a 45 minutes of work? I don't know if she has another job, but I doubt she needs one considering she's making AT LEAST six figures under the table to give a bi-weekly shapeup that's nearly impossible to fuck up. The hardest part of her job isn't even making sure she gives a smooth shave or lining her client's beard up evenly on both sides, it's biting her tongue when he's blabbering on and on about his own self importance. That's still not worth what she's making to do it, but it's worth far more than the $20 that the average considerate asshole pays to have his 'Mr. Clean' looking lemony fresh.
People might kill Floyd for this, but if I was worth 600 million dollars I would drop 100K a year on a full time barber without even thinking twice. I shave my head every Friday just in cause I feel like getting off the couch and seeing other humans. For someone like Floyd Mayweather - that is sure to run into a camera every time he leaves the house - massively overpaying to look good when he inevitably does is definitely a worthwhile investment.