Mike Tyson tripping on venom
The American boxer and media personality died, according to reports. Yes! Mike Tyson was reportedly said to be tripping on venom. Michael Gerard Tyson who is better known as Mike Tyson is a former American proficient boxer who contested from 1985 to 2005.
In his early years, he was known as “Iron Mike,” and later as “The Baddest Man on the Planet.” Tyson is regarded as one of the all-time best heavyweight boxers.
When he approached some of his key fights, Tyson was high on drugs and proceeded to tremendous efforts to avoid checking positive for the illegal substances. Regardless of the fact that Tyson looked to be sober after so many years in rehab, he revealed in August that his drinking nearly killed him.
“I ‘died’ during my first trip,” the former world champion boxer said at Wonderland, a Miami conference dedicated to psychedelics, micro dosage, and medicine. “I’ve seen death as beautiful in my travels.”
Life or death should both be lovely, however, mortality has a bad rep. The most obvious takeaway from the toad tragedy is that no one can stay here forever.
The “toad” is a Mexican amphibian. It occupies seven months of each year subterranean, but when it is active, its venom can be inhaled for a short euphoric effect. Venom has also been used to cure a variety of ailments. Toad was discovered by Tyson 4 years ago. “It was a dare,” Tyson explained. “I was doing big narcotics.” “It’s a different world. Before I performed the toad, I was a wreck.”
“I’ve always found myself to be the toughest opponent I’ve ever faced. People with huge egos are more likely to have low self-esteem. Our ego contributes to this. Your ego is stripped away by the toad.”
Though according to him, death is beautiful. But it’s that easy to end a life when you have such a beautiful journey to continue. That journey is life.
He’s now tripped toad up to three times per day. He claimed to have shed 100 pounds in 3 months, resumed boxing, become a psychedelics evangelist, preached across the country, reconnect with his wife and children.
By: Bahaar Abdullah