The news broke on Sunday that Freeda died of an apparent suicide at her home in Texas. An autopsy is pending.
Foreman followed her father's path, becoming a professional boxer before retiring in 2001.
He started off a tweet with, "Daddy I want to Box", and his response, "Get an Education first".
Freeda is survived at this time by her husband, two daughters, three grandchildren, her parents and eleven siblings.
"Just 1 more day I wanted", he wrote. Cops are still waiting to determine the official cause of death, but at this time, no foul play is suspected. Thus far, the preliminary evidence suggests suicide was the cause of death, however, the public will have to wait for the official report from the coroner later in this year.More news: WWE's The Shield delivers final triple powerbomb at Fastlane event
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In his social media note, the 70-year-old Foreman mourned the first Sunday without her.
Freeda chose to follow in her father's footsteps and enter the world of professional boxing.
She is one of Foreman's seven daughters, and has appeared in documentaries about him.
George Foreman was a heavyweight boxing champion in the 1970s and 1990s.
Foreman included a photo of a framed program from Freeda's commencement ceremony from Sam Houston State University and a photo of himself with his daughter. A family member, who has not been identified, was reportedly the first to discover Freeda's body.
The boxer twice held the sport's world heavyweight champion - he won it from 1973 until losing it in 1974 to the late Muhammad Ali.