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Adrien Broner has retired from boxing - for the second time in 2019.

"I'm retiring," Broner announced on Instagram. "Boxing is a lonely sport. I'm done with this sh*t. Give me a brick and let me turn it into 8 with some phyt."

The announcement comes just weeks after he begged 50 Cent for a loan via Instagram. 50 denied giving him any cash, accusing him of "f*cking up the money."

In May, Broner was in negotiations to face former champion Omar Figueroa on the Pacquiao-Thurman undercard, but Figueroa opted to square up with Yordenis Ugas instead.

Back in February, Broner retired, also via social media.

"I am done with boxing and this fake ass business," Broner wrote. "I will DIE a real n*gga before I let an mf f*ck me over or play me!!!!!! #Back2DaStreetz #NoCap," he wrote.

His recent announcement makes it the third time overall that he has retired from the sport.