Gervonta Davis Declares No More Love for Woman After Alleged Assault on Baby Mama
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Calling out women in general after his arrest for allegedly hitting his ex Andretta 'Dretta' Smothers, the boxer claims that now all his love is only for his daughter.

AceShowbiz - Gervonta Davis is done with women, after being caught in a drama involving his baby mama Andretta "Dretta" Smothers. The professional boxer appeared to swear off falling in love again following his arrest for allegedly assaulting Dretta.

Calling out women in general, the two-weight world champion posted on Instagram Stories on Monday, February 24, "H**s gonna be h**s that's why I don't want a girl..I'll never have my heart rapped up again!" He then declared that from now on, "All my love going to my babygirl."

Instead of winning the hearts of his fans, Gervonta has been dragged online by social media users for his "childish" remarks. "He need to give his love to a therapist," one person trolled him. Someone else shared similar advice, "Therapy exists, get some."

Another told the athlete, "Sir can u please grow mentally and physically." Another shared the opinion, writing, "I'm convinced he's mentally delayed and that's not even being funny. Plus his relationship he had growing up with his mom is a huge factor in his behavior."

One other user blasted him, "Now he's trying to play victim of some bs after he publicly physically abused the mother of his child?? Stand up for black women, especially mothers!!!!" Some others, meanwhile, made fun of his typo, as it should be "wrapped" instead of "rapped." One person remarked, "His heart is a 'rapper' it's 'wrapped' man...."

Gervonta was captured on camera manhandling his baby mama while attending a charity basketball game on Saturday, February 1 in Miami for Super Bowl weekend. The current WBA lightweight champion was seen grabbing the mother of his child by the collar and hauling her off the chair before forcefully dragging her out with two men following him.

Words were Gervonta a.k.a Tank was drunk and he slapped Andretta backstage, after seeing her getting chummy with Floyd Mayweather, Jr.. The boxer, however, denied the accusation. "I never once hit her, yea I was aggressive and told her come on…," he wrote on Instagram after the incident. "That's the mother of my child I would never hurt her other than that happy New Years.. January was trash."

Gervonta turned himself in to police on February 4 and was charged with simple battery domestic violence for the incident. He then took to Instagram to speak out on his legal woes, writing, "Be careful with the decision you make..one mistaken can mess up everything..I'm learning."

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