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RUMOR CONTROL: Michelle Williams & Beau Chad Johnson Are NOT Engaged + Floyd Mayweather Says He’s Good Despite Unpaid Tax Rumors

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Michelle Williams and her new BAE Chad Williams are responding to the engagement rumors. Meanwhile, Floyd Mayweather wants you to know his taxes are paid, despite what the rumor mill claims. More inside…

Yes, Michelle Williams has found love. But, she’s not trekking down the aisle...yet.

Her new boyfriend, Pittsburgh Steelers chaplain Chad Johnson, had the rumor mill on fire when he posted a picture announcing that he and Michelle were a couple.

Looking closely at the picture (seen HERE), it appeared he had something in his hand, like an engagement ring. He likely was just buttoning his shirt.  Some outlets ran with it and reported that Michelle and Chad were already engaged. But, that’s not the case.

Pastor Chad confirmed he and Michelle are not engaged (yet) via Instagram stories yesterday:

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Aww! We're not rushing the love. And we're over the moon that Michelle has found happiness after having her heart broken by a cheating ass ex.

In other rumor control news...

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It was recently reported Floyd Mayweather had filed a petition requesting for more time to pay back taxes from 2015.

It was said, by a pretty credible outlet, that he was asking for a short-term extension until after he collected his money from his fight against Conor McGregor in August. Why the wait? He claimed to have plenty of assets, but they were not liquid.

Well, the undefeated boxing champion got wind of the news about his money flow and is now setting the record straight. He says he paid $26 million in taxes in 2015 and if there were any issues involving his taxes he would have been notified about it.

“My empire is rock solid and intact!,” he wrote.

There you have it.


Photos: Chad's IG

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