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“It has changed my life”

The boxer Mike tyson has returned to the front pages of several US media after some controversial statements. The athlete has already starred in


The boxer Mike tyson has returned to the front pages of several US media after some controversial statements. The athlete has already starred in controversial controversies due to episodes in his private life such as acquiring a Bengal tiger as a pet, or having recognized that he used marijuana. Now he has returned to star in the American headers by recognize that you consume what is known as a drug or toad poison.

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In a statement to the New York Post, the former heavyweight world champion acknowledges that he uses poison from the Sonoran desert toad. “I have consumed the poison of this toad 53 times, but nothing came close to the experience of the first time. That time I ‘died‘. It was quite a challenge. He was taking hard drugs like cocaine, but this is another dimension. “

Tyson has been using this substance for four years and according to his own account it has helped him lose 45 kilos, reconcile with his family and regain the desire to box. “Before hitting the toad I was a mess. The toughest opponent I’ve ever faced was myself. I had low self-esteem, something that happens to people with a lot of ego, but the toad strips you of your ego. “

Your own toad farm

According to the aforementioned medium, the boxer owns a hatchery of these toads from the Sonoran desert on his ranch where he also develops his marijuana business in California. “People see how I have changed. My mind does not understand what has happened, but my life has completely improved,” he assured.

An incident with this drug was the one that a few months ago led the porn exactor, Nacho Vidal, to be prosecuted for the death of a photographer during the celebration of the rite of the toad bufo.

The events occurred on July 28, 2019 in a home in Enguera (Valencia) owned by the defendant, who according to the order “acted as director” of that practice or rite, “given the experience that he himself had in this type of act”, and was the one who allegedly provided the substance that the deceased inhaled, without controlling the amount supplied.

The magistrate considers that the victim died of an adverse reaction to certain drugs, after participating in a “spiritual or mystical practice, rite or experience” consisting of inhaling the smoke from the combustion of the scales commonly known as “bufo toad poison”.