Wendy Williams Says Floyd Mayweather’s Teen Daughter Deserves 8 Years in Prison for Stabbing Attack

Wendy Williams has sounded off on the recent criminal charges against Floyd Mayweather’s daughter, Iyanna, for allegedly stabbing the baby mama of her boyfriend, NBA Youngboy.

Wendy Williams

Wendy Williams

Iyanna Mayweather, 19, was arrested on Saturday for felony aggravated assault with a deadly weapon after her assault on Lapattra Lashai Jacobs at the rapper’s home in Houston.

Wendy Williams had much to say about the situation on her talk show Tuesday, insisting Floyd’s daughter deserves eight years in prison for the attack.

Iyanna has been charged with “felony aggravated assault with a deadly weapon.”

“[Iyanna] sent a woman to the hospital for no good reason when that bed could have been used for a corona victim,” said Wendy Williams, The Sun reports.

She also believes Floyd is partly to blame for his daughter’s violent actions.

Wendy Williams

“As a parent I know there’s sometimes no accounting for what our kids do, but at least we can plant little seeds of their self-worth in them,” she said.

Adding, “Why would the heiress to the throne at 19 get involved with a 20-year-old man with four kids from three baby moms and this hood mess?”

Wendy Williams referred to Iyanna as a “misguided child,” saying: “When you’re a Mayweather, and you’re 19, you’re better than this.”

Iyanna was taken into custody following the violent incident but released on $30K bail.

She has been ordered to stay at least 1,000 feet away from LaPattra.

In related news, Wendy Williams has once again reduced the price of the suburban Livingston, New Jersey, home that she shared with her ex-husband, Kevin Hunter.

She is now asking $1,575,000 for the 5-bedroom, 4½-bath home, according to Realtor.com.

Wendy Williams and Hunter originally paid $2,100,000 in 2008 for the property. As Page Six previously reported, the talk show host initially put the house up for sale last August for $1,895,000.

She then reduced the price in January to $1,699,000. The property was re-listed March 20, after a suspected sale fell through.

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