Did Marikit “Kitchie” Laurico die in a car accident and what was the cause of death of Floyd Mayweather’s assistant

Did Marikit “Kitchie” Laurico die in a car accident and what was the cause of death of Floyd Mayweather’s assistant

Although boxing legend Floyd Mayweather’s assistant, Marikit “Kitchie” Laurico passed away last year, Floyd is still struggling to get over it, find out more about her and her cause of death and know if she really died in a car accident

Mayweather recently shared his close relationship with Kitchie while appearing on The Pivot with hosts Ryan Clark and Channing Crowder.

Did Marikit “Kitchie” Laurico die in a car accident and what was the cause of death of boxer Floyd Mayweather’s assistant

While speaking about his late friend, Mayweather shared that Kitchie was the only person in life that he could talk about anything with.

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Kitchie cause of death

While Marikit Laurico passed away in April 2023, there are various stories regarding her cause of death. According to reports, Kitchie passed away due to sickness while on her way to the hospital. Meanwhile, some reports state that Kitchie’s cause of death was a heart attack, which supposedly came from the injuries that she sustained during an accident.

More recently, reports have come out stating that Kitchie passed away in a car accident. According to several reports, Marikit “Kitchie” Laurico passed away in a car accident while on her way to the airport to pick up Floyd Mayweather. The accident reportedly occurred on March 28, 2023, when Kitchie slammed into a passenger shuttle.

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Alongside, Kitchie, Andrei Sison, who was a close friend of Mayweather, also passed away in the accident. Josh Ford, was reportedly the sole survivor. However, neither Floyd Mayweather nor his CEO have made any comments about Kitchie’s cause of death. As of now, there is no official confirmation surrounding it.

Marikit “Kitchie” Laurico bio

Marikit “Kitchie” Laurico was a long-time assistant of boxing legend Floyd Mayweather and a key member of “The Money Team.” Kitchie was born in the Philippines and emigrated to the US when she was 11 years old. She reportedly studied marketing and public relations during her time in college.

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Kitchie met Mayweather through a chance meeting where she impressed the champion, who then asked her to be his personal assistant and marketing manager. Since then, she represented Mayweather for over 10 years before eventually passing away at the age of 47. During her time as an assistant, Kitchie spent her time traveling the world alongside Mayweather for his fights and promotional activities.

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