AceShowbiz - It was previously rumored that Mike Tyson and Wack 100 got into a fist fight during a podcast interview for "Hotboxin' with Mike Tyson". Wack was the one who suggested that he and Mike were involved in a physical altercation after he posted a video of himself clutching a bottle of pain pills to treat injury he got from the legendary boxer.
It was said what sparked the fight was Wack's past inflammatory comments about Tupac Shakur, who was Mike's bestfriend before he was murdered in 1996. Before the tragedy, Tupac was spotted at Mike's fight against Bruce Seldon and the boxer wanted to chat about that.
In his now-deleted Instagram post, Wack alluded that Mike punched him during the taping as he wrote, "Pulled up on 1 of my legends @miketyson to do his podcast. Had a blast s**t got warm in the room when Mike wanted to address the #2Pac conversations," the hip-hop executive shared a photo of himself all smiley with the crew. "This picture was taken before hand. This interview got a little crazy and hostile Smh going to be some conversation when this hits the @hotboxinpodcast !"
"@fredfrenchy Knows the day of release. Just know this Wack wasn't giving up s**t and Mike still quick with his hands ! @edsbritton sorry you had to see what you saw but it's what brothas do when we can’t solve the problem with reason !! #West #Igottaheadache #TysonRanch," Wack went on saying.
Following the post, he shared a video featuring his Tramadol prescription. "Like I said s**t got a little heated at the @hotboxinpodcast," he explained in the caption. "Win lose or draw I'm not going for it. @fredfrenchy your not to blame for me and @miketyson situation . A dispute amongst men is just between those 2 men… #West."
Wack's posts sparked question among fans before Mike took to the photo-sharing platform to share his own post, confirming that the alleged physical altercation really did happen. "Everybody has a plan 'til they get punched in the mouth. Ain't that right @wack100 #tupacthelegend @hotboxinpodcast #hotboxinpodcast," Mike wrote alongside a picture of himself and Tupac.
It didn't take long for Wack to respond. "We both know who mouth was bleeding first !!!!" he wrote in the comment section.
It's still unclear what actually happened during the taping. Fans seemingly will find out more once the full episode airs.