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Mike Tyson's Best Hip-Hop Moments

Mike Tyson's Best Hip-Hop Moments

This viral campaign for 50 Cent's Street King energy drink starring 'Fif himself, Floyd Mayweather and Mike Tyson has been creating quite the buzz on the Internet. In one of the clips, 50 slips some of his SK drink into Tyson's glass, putting the boxing legend in euphoria, dancing with the ladies and chasing girls through a hotel hallway. It's not the first time Iron Mike stole the show alongside a rapper either. Here, XXL looks back at some of Mike Tyson's Best Moments in Hip-Hop.

Canibus's "Second Round K.O." Video

Canibus's "Second Round K.O." Video

Canibus - "Second Round K.O." When Canibus aimed this track at LL Cool J, he tapped Tyson to be in the video and lay down vocals for the track. Tyson, seen in the clip training Canibus, drops gems like: "Your whole agenda is to eat these niggas, man. They got no business being on the same stage as you." Classic!

Tyson Catches a Contact High from Snoop Dogg, Coughs Up a Lung

Tyson Catches a Contact High from Snoop Dogg, Coughs Up a Lung

With Snoop's herbal essences in the air, Iron Mike finds it hard to tell his story to the D-O-G-G and Daz without coughing up a long. That sticky icky must have been strong. Peep the clip from 1:11 on.

Tyson Weighs in on Gucci Mane's Ice Cream Cone Face Tattoo

Tyson Weighs in on Gucci Mane's Ice Cream Cone Face Tattoo

"He likes being licked on," Tyson told DJ Whoo Kidd when asked about Gucci's face tat.

Diddy's "Bad Boy For Life" Video

Diddy's "Bad Boy For Life" Video

Late in this video, the 3:47 point to be exact, Tyson rolls up on a motorcycle in this star-studded clip, which also featured Shaquille O'Neal and Ben Stiller making unforgettable cameos. Tyson comes into the frame when former Bad Boy rapper Mark Curry (remember him?) says, "We still got warriors, still be the victorious." Yeah, that's fitting.

Tyson remembers Tupac in ESPN One Night in Vegas Documentary

Tyson remembers Tupac in ESPN One Night in Vegas Documentary

When it comes to Mike Tyson's moments in hip-hop, unfortunately none are bigger than the September 1996 night that Mike Tyson knocked out Bruce Seldon at the MGM Grand in Las Vegas. Following the fight, Tyson planned on hanging out with Tupac at an after-party. Unfortunately, and now infamously, that never happened, as 'Pac was shot in a drive-by shooting following the bout. The rap superstar would die days later. Tyson remembers his fallen friend, here.

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