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Floyd Mayweather’s Miami birthday bash shuttered by cops

The cops can’t keep Floyd Mayweather — who has been celebrating his birthday all week — from partying.

On Sunday, Miami hotspot Swan was shuttered by police after a celebration for the champion boxer ran past the city’s midnight curfew because he showed up late to his own 44th birthday fête.

A rep for the Miami Police Department tells us, “units did find the nightclub filled with people.”

A rep for the hotspot explained that Mayweather “showed up two hours late to his private birthday dinner, just before midnight. The police who were in the neighborhood for a vandalism complaint at a nearby garage reminded the venue that they were past curfew and the venue was shut down shortly after.”

The venue was given a $500 fine for violating an emergency order.

A source tells us, “half the guests,” which, we’re told, included rappers Jadakiss and Busta Rhymes, “were there on time and half were… late with Floyd.”

Mayweather did not let it cut his night short. We hear he was later spotted partying ’til 5 a.m. at jiggle joint Gold Rush Cabaret.

He also celebrated last Thursday in Ft. Lauderdale at the Venue Club with his rumored fiancée, Anna Monroe — who works as the head stripper at his Las Vegas club Girl Collection — President Joe Biden’s younger brother Frank, Rick Ross, Angela Simmons, N.O.R.E., and more. A source told Page Six that aerial dancers and singer Jacquees performed and that the bash cost $700,000.

Mayweather held the event with Limitless CEO Jas Mathur to celebrate their dual birthdays, as well as a private dinner on Friday, a party at a mansion on Star Island on Saturday, and a private yacht party on Monday.

Reps for the champ did not respond to request for comment.