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Exclusive: Michael Costello To Floyd Mayweather’s Baby Mama: “You’re Just Jealous”



One designer, one dress, and one upset baby mama.

Floyd Mayweather’s baby mama, Josie Harris, bought a gorgeous pink, halter, razor back dress from fashion designer Michael Costello for her 10-year-old daughter to sport during Mayweather’s big boxing match last weekend.

Considering it was a woman’s dress, Costello even went as far as to recreate the dress to fit the young girl, but the dress is clearly a hot ticket item because Floyd’s alleged fiance, Shantel Jackson, showed up to the match in the same dress.


Harris was upset that the two were rocking the same fit, saying that Costello should not have sold the dress to Jackson. But after some serious backlash, Costello is finally speaking out.

HipHollywood spoke exclusively with the world renowned fashion designer who says Josie has taken things a little too far.

“I think that Josie is blowing it entirely out of proportion and again making things about herself,” Costello shared. “I think she is obviously sad that she’s no longer with Floyd and that someone else who she may be a little jealous of is now with him,” the designer added.

“But asking for a refund or asking for like an apology, or asking us to bend over backwards basically because you didn’t get the spotlight that you wanted. We are sorry but take the backseat, you are no longer the main prize, someone else is,” Michael said.


Shantel Jackson

Costello, who has created dresses for a number of A-listers, including Celine Dion and Toni Braxton, told HH that this was not an exclusive dress.

“I really think that Josie is the number one source of all this drama that’s going on,” Costello shared. “We sell this dress everyday, we sell six or seven of them a day,” he explained.

Check out what else Costello had to say below:

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  1. The loser Michael

    September 18, 2013 at 9:03 AM

    What an arrogant loser

  2. The loser Josie

    September 21, 2013 at 6:05 AM

    yeah she’s looking bitter…she needs to pray abt it and move on

  3. AnnPeek

    October 15, 2013 at 5:04 AM

    If I were in Costello’ s place, I would have said the dress looked great on both and minded my own business otherwise.

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Exclusive Details: Trey Songz Arrested For Domestic Violence + Singer’s Public Response



HipHollywood can confirm that singer, Trey Songz, was arrested on Monday morning on domestic violence charges.

The Los Angeles Police Department tells us that Tremaine Neverson, the r&b crooner’s legal name, was taken into custody around 6:30am. The arrest stemmed from an alleged violent incident on February 18.

We are told the singer was let out on bail, which was set at $50k.

After being released, Songz took to Instagram to respond to the arrest, writing on Twitter:

“For weeks my lawyers & Mgmt have asked me not to comment on this and I initially agreed but this morning I feel that my fam, the women that raised me, my friends & fans especially the youth need to hear from me. I am being lied on and falsely accused for someone’s personal gain”

He added, “I won’t be speaking too much more on this but would like to thank you for all the prayers and support.”

The singer was also clearly unbothered by the arrest because he went as far as to share a string of stories on Instagram, which included him raving about the beautiful day and blasting music throughout his home.

As previously reported, during All Star Weekend, a woman claimed Songz unleashed fury during a Hollywood Hills party after he spotted her talking to another man.

Following the incident, the woman went to the hospital where she was treated before calling police.

The alleged victim’s lawyer, famous women’s rights attorney Lisa Bloom, even took to Instagram earlier this month to ask for any witnesses. “Went with my client today for her second police interview re her allegations that Trey Songz choked and punched her earlier this month,” Bloom tweeted. “Many were present. We need just one to have a conscience and step forward as a witness.”

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