This is the type of story you'd expect to be a part of a movie script for a crime drama.
Rapper Earl Hayes whom was signed to Floyd Maywheather's record label, shot and killed his wife Stephanie Moseley then himself and the pound for pound world champion Floyd “Money” Maywheather had a front row seat to the whole incident via Facetime.
Hayes reportedly called Mayweather, a good friend, upset that his wife was being unfaithful, sources close to the boxer told TMZ. Mayweather pleaded with the rapper when he threatened to kill Moseley. Shortly after Hayes pulled out a gun, shot his wife and killed himself, TMZ reported.
According to TMZ Floyd is having a difficult time dealing with witnessing a horrifying murder/suicide.
As soon as the news broke, celebrities started sharing their condolences.
50 Cent who's been picking on Floyd this whole year, shared some some thoughts with his little brother:
Chris Brown as well:
“RIP baby girl, Danced with me on tour and was always the coolest person. My prayers go out to you and HAZE family.”
VH1 also issued a statement:
“We are incredibly saddened to hear the news of the passing of Stephanie Moseley. VH1 and the entire Hit The Floor family send our thoughts and condolences to her family and friends at this difficult time.”
As if this story wasn't bad enough there's also chatter that Trey Songz may have played a part in Hayes' rage.
Hayes was upset by Moseley's repeated affairs with other entertainers, particularly one she carried on with Songz two years ago. Her hookup with Trigga had originally been the cause of the couple breaking up, though they eventually made amends and got back together.
Apparently all wasn't well because Songz was a repeated catalyst to their blowups.
Now obviously you can't in any way blame Trey Songz for Hayes being unstable, he also shared his thoughts on the situation.
R.I.P babygirl. Once an angel on earth, now watching over us from Heaven. You'll b missed but never forgotten. Love
— Trey Songz (@TreySongz) December 9, 2014