Apparent Murder-Suicide of Rapper and His Wife, a VH1 Star, Reportedly Witnessed by Boxer Floyd Mayweather on FaceTime

Dec 8, 2014  •  Post A Comment

Two people found dead in Los Angeles Monday morning, Dec. 8, 2014, in an apparent murder-suicide “were identified as musician 31-year-old Earl Hayes, a rapper and associate of professional boxer Floyd Mayweather Jr., and [Hayes’] wife, 30-year-old Stephanie Moseley, a dancer and actress in the cast of the VH1 drama series ‘Hit the Floor,’ about NBA cheerleaders,” according to L.A. TV station KTLA.

Added TMZ, “Sources tell us … rapper Earl Hayes called [Mayweather] on FaceTime Monday morning in a rage, over claims his wife — VH1 star Stephanie Moseley — had been unfaithful.

“According to our Floyd sources, Earl said he was going to kill his wife. The champ was pleading with him to get a grip … to no avail. Floyd will not say how much he saw, but he acknowledges he was a witness and heard everything.”

According to KTLA, police “were called to the scene about 7:30 a.m. by a resident of the Palazzo East [apartment complex near the Grove shopping center] after the individual heard a woman screaming and up to 10 gunshots, Los Angeles Police Department officials said.”

stephanie-moseley-1114This self-portrait was uploaded by Stephanie Moseley to Instagram last month, according to KTLA.

hayestwprofileThis is Earl Hayes’ Twitter profile picture, according to KTLA.


  1. I’m no rocket scientist but I can only assume that Floyd was a little too close/friendly to Moseley. This set Hayes off… Hayes contacts Floyd and gives him a last moment in-the-ring, play-by-play via Facetime of the final fight between Hayes and Moseley. Truth is… murder/suicide should always be done in reverse… it would save a lot of heartache. What can I say, he was a thug with a girl who got in over her head. Oh, well.

    • Yes by the phrasing of your insensitive comments you clearly are no rocket scientist.

  2. Hey “RealTVCritics”… let’s see, *killing someone (that’s insensitive) * killing someone while someone on Facetime has to witness it (that’s insensitive) * killing someone, then killing yourself so you never have to answer questions and face the justice system (that’s insensitive)… with that said, you know what they say about “critics”…

    • This is about the lives of two people and for you to bring a soap opera explanation of speculation and not fact comes from a seriously flawed mindset which you seem to hold.

      Something is mentally wrong with you if you think that’s the way to comment on this tragedy. Two people are dead and you are judge nor jury nor God. Remember that when you make your next joke about people who have died a terrible death.

      Yes…truly insensitive.

  3. Sheesh. Someone here has the case of the “Terrible Tuesdays”…

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