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Mike Tyson is certainly a man on top of the world right now, with a recent stint on Broadway and a new memoir on the way. However, he is adding problem solver to his resume now, since he thinks he has a solution for the Chris Brown/Frank Ocean feud.
You may remember when TheCelebrityCafe.com reported that the former boxer would be taking his one-man show Undisputed Truth on the road in a 10 week tour, set to begin in February. And then, just a little while later, The Hollywood Reporter noted that Tyson would be releasing a memoir in the summer of this year, detailing his triumphs and failures on the way to becoming a three-time heavyweight champion.
The Huffington Post explains that the memoir will focus on Tyson’s “tumultuous career,” including the loss of his $400 million fortune. Well, now that Tyson has overcome his “tumultuous” past, he has a little advice for artists Brown and Ocean, who can’t seem to escape their rocky present.
Tyson told MTV News, “These guys realize they're going to get locked up, they're going to get fined a hell of a lot of money, you know, now they're going to be stereotypes."
He continued, "It's going to be on record that these guys are bad guys, and they constantly get in trouble. And the next thing you know you got a lawyer involved, you got a cop involved, you got a prosecutor involved, you got a jury involved. You're up s--- creek without a paddle."
Do you think Chris and Frank will heed Mike Tyson’s warning?