These days, Mike Tyson is a dominant force in the podcasting industry. In his series Hot Boxin’, the former heavyweight world champion has been sparring with some of the biggest stars.
In his most recent show, Tyson attempted to impart some knowledge to Blueface and Chrisean Rock, the newest power couple on social media.
Chrisean Rock and Blueface are moving in a crazy direction. The duo, who met while watching Blueface’s Only Fans series Blue Girls Club, have gained notoriety for their poisonous relationship. They even received a follow-up series on the Zeus network called Crazy in Love as a result.
The couple frequently makes news for their wild conduct and frequent outbursts. Mike Tyson is well-versed on the subject of overexposure. When Tyson was at the top of his game, he was unstoppable and did whatever he wanted. He was also infamous for having poisonous relationships and having domestic fights.
His marriage to the actress Robin Givens in the 1980s was dogged by allegations that he mistreated her. Over the years, she has spoken openly about getting married and seeing a different side of him. Givens claims that Tyson frequently shoved and swung at her as well as doing things to “scare” her. Tyson and Lakiha Spicer are now wed. The couples union has not been easy, to put it mildly. Spicer delivered their first child while serving a six-month prison sentence. Tyson battled substance abuse for a spell throughout their relationship. Iron Mike discusses how drinking heavily contributed to his and his wife’s early arguments with Chrisean and Blueface during their conversation.
Mike Tyson said, “Me and my wife used to fight, but we stopped. “We stopped fighting after we quit drinking.” Mike’s message appeared to be well-received by Chris and Blueface. This was mentioned by viewers in the comments, who wrote that Christian “sat her a** and listened like a sensible human being cause Mike can really fight.” Another person wrote, “Blueface and Chrisean sitting right in front of him, and they are on their best behaviour, is the epitome of ‘There is always someone crazier than you.’”