"Thanks for all the support and God Bless to everyone who wrote me."
Boxer Floyd Mayweather gave his generosity to fans on Twitter and a glimpse of what he looks like after 63 days behind bars on Friday.
The undefeated fighter stepped out of the Clark County Detention Center hours before that tweet to media cameras and an entourage that included rapper Curtis "50 Cent" Jackson.
Mayweather, 35, was behind bars since June 1 to serve an 87-day sentence in connection with a domestic violence case.
He was released early for good behavior.
The boxer was arrested in September 2010 after police said he punched his ex-girlfriend at his home. Mayweather pleaded guilty to a charge of battery domestic violence.
His jail sentence was delayed earlier this year so he could take part in a May 5 fight against Miguel Cotto at the MGM Grand Garden Arena.
Mayweather's legal team attempted for an earlier release citing the facility becoming detrimental to the boxer's health. He was denied that request.
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