Boxer Floyd Mayweather’s Camp Communicated With Earl Hayes Shortly Before Murder-Suicide: Law Enforcement

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Law enforcement source has confirmed to the Los Angeles Times that Floyd Mayweather's camp "had conversations with" rapper Earl Hayes shortly before the apparent murder-suicide of Hayes and wife Stephanie Moseley.

Earl Hayes, right, is shown with Floyd Mayweather Jr. in a photo Hayes posted on Twitter in October 2012.

Earl Hayes, right, is shown with Floyd Mayweather Jr. in a photo Hayes posted on Twitter in October 2012.

Investigators are now reaching out to world-champion boxer Mayweather and gathering electronic records in the incident, according to the source.

TMZ reported Monday night that Mayweather was on a FaceTime video link with Hayes when the shootings occurred. The Times has not confirmed this information.

Moseley was a dancer and reality-TV personality on the VH1 cheerleader show “Hit the Floor.”  Hayes was a rapper and close friend of Mayweather and reportedly was once signed with the boxer's label Philthy Rich Records.

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