Mike Tyson has made himself a nice little post-fighting career as an entertainer, and given his penchant for coming unhinged back in his heyday, this softer, self-deprecating side is the perfectly appropriate juxtaposition.
He's made numerous appearances in movies and perhaps most notably Jimmy Kimmel Live, where he's made the most progress as an actor and singer. His latest effort, though, came on a Brazilian show, and he crooned out a classic.
You can crack on Tyson for going after easy money grabs now that the big boxing paydays aren't coming down the pipeline, but the apologist in us truly hopes that these last few years of venturing into new territory is a genuine attempt to diversify and expand life avenues. Or at the very least, an attempt to get a cheap laugh. We'd be fine with that, too.
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