Floyd Mayweather is stepping up in a huge way for over 100 people displaced by the horrible wildfires in Maui … not only paying for almost 70 families to fly to safety, but also providing them with a place to stay, food to eat, and clothing to wear.
TMZ Sports has learned the 50-0 boxing legend personally paid for 68 families, impacted by the natural disaster, to fly from Maui to Honolulu over the last two days.
Mayweather is also providing the people with hotel rooms for several weeks, as well as food from local restaurants and clothing to wear while they’re away from their homes.
Our sources tell us Mayweather is working with H&M to get clothing for the men, women, and children he’s assisting.
Of course, Maui has been devastated by wildfires that ripped through the Hawaiian island, killing at least 53 people as of Thursday afternoon. on top of the tragic loss of life, over a thousand structures have burned down.
Many people have been forced to flee with just the clothing on their backs and nothing else.
We reached out to Floyd for comment … and while Mayweather confirmed the incredible deed, he said he was not looking to garner attention.
– TMZ Sports