is about to compete in what is being considered the biggest fight of the century, so let’s meet the woman behind the man – girlfriend Doralie Medina!Little is known about Doralie, other than that she met Floyd while working as a massage therapist when she lived in Las Vegas.Floyd has been accused and served time for domestic violence over the years and we do not condone that behavior.when a group of Muslims counseled by Muhammad to escape persecution in Mecca arrived at the court of the Christian monarch (Negus) of the Ethiopian Empire, Ashama ibn-Abjar. In that year, his followers fled Mecca's leading tribe, the Quraysh, who sent emissaries to Ethiopia to bring them back to the Arabian Peninsula. and at the Pilgrimage of 621, five of them brought seven others with them.They first met in 2011 after being introduced by a mutual friend and she began working for him as his massage therapist.When Floyd broke up with his girlfriend Shantel Jackson in 2014, the pair reportedly started dating.
Doralie has a huge social media following and is known as “Bad Medina,” the same name as the lip-gloss line she started.
She has only made a couple public appearances with Floyd, but you can see them on the red carpet together in the video below!
These twelve informed Muhammad of the beginning of gradual development of Islam in Medina, and took a formal pledge of allegiance at Muhammad's hand, promising to accept him as a prophet, to worship none but one God, and to renounce certain sins such as theft, adultery, and murder. At their request, Muhammad sent with them Mus‘ab ibn 'Umair to teach them the instructions of Islam.
Biographers have recorded the considerable success of Mus`ab ibn `Umair in preaching the message of Islam and bringing people under the umbrella of Islam in Medina.
Following the pledges, Muhammad encouraged his followers to migrate to Medina, and in a span of two months, nearly all the Muslims of Mecca migrated to Medina.During the early seventh century, Medina was inhabited by two types of population: Jewish and pagan Arabs.