Joe Biden’s brother Frank parties maskless at Floyd Mayweather’s birthday

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He’s partying like it’s 1999 — and there’s no COVID-19 pandemic at all.

President Joe Biden’s younger brother threw caution to the wind Thursday night as he joined a crowd of maskless revelers at fighter Floyd Mayweather’s lavish Ft. Lauderdale birthday bash, Page Six can reveal.

Francis “Frank” Biden showed little concern for social distancing as he stopped to pose for photos at the soirée with the boxing legend and a pair of other partygoers, Jas “Limitless” Mathur and former US Ambassador to Singapore Kirk Wagar.

A source told Page Six that Frank attended with Ted and Russell Berman, who are close friends of Mathur and who are partners at the Berman Law Group, where Frank is a partner.

Dressed in a blue sports coat and button-down, Frank looked relaxed alongside his A-list pals.

Neither Frank nor a White House spokesperson immediately returned Page Six’s request for comment. The President has made frequent calls for people to wear masks in public because of the ongoing pandemic, though he hasn’t always done so himself.

A second source told Page Six that the party, which was co-hosted by longtime friends Mayweather and Mathur at The Venue, cost Mathur $700,000 and included a performance from Jacquees.

Our insider said the former boxer and the Limitless founder were celebrating Mayweather’s upcoming 44th birthday, as well as getting into business together.

Page Six previously reported that Mayweather’s rumored fiancée, Anna Monroe, also attended the soirée, as well as Rick Ross and Angela Simmons.

Of the lack of masks, a source told Page Six that COVID-19 safety checks were performed prior to the event.

“Individually, there were COVID-19 checks for each person ahead of time,” a source said. “People that were traveling were asked to be tested and travel safely. People were also handed ‘TMT’ branded masks upon entry to the event.”

A second source said the event was at 30 percent of the venue’s capacity.

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