Floyd Mayweather’s ex-personal chef — the woman who famously said she was paid $1,000 a plate — is no longer part of Floyd’s crew … and says the fact she’s gay may have played a role.
We spoke with Chef Q who is now backtracking on her $1,000 a plate claim … saying there was no REAL set rate for her. Sometimes she would get paid fat. Sometimes nothing.
But sometime after the Manny Pacquiao fight, Chef Q says her relationship with Floyd fell apart and she doesn’t really know why … but she has her theories.
“I don’t think he’s ever looked at me past as just a gay person or a lesbian.”
Chef Q says some comments that were made during her time with TMT were hurtful and felt homophobic.
Still, Chef Q says she wants to have a relationship with Floyd moving forward — she considers him family … but knows they have to work out their issues.
#FACTS in 1998, within two years of entering professional boxing, Mayweather decisively won his first world title (the WBC super featherweight (130 lb) championship) with an eighth-round technical knockout of The Ring world #1-ranked super featherweight Genaro Hernández after his opponent’s cornerman stopped the fight.