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Mike Tyson Revealed His Perspective On Michael Jackson 'Hanging Out' With His Kid

Michael Rapaport is the worst ever of all time someone who likes to "tell it how it is" or in most cases, "tell it how it is in an effort to stay relevant."

This became all the more clear when he sat down with Mike Tyson for his podcast a few days ago.

All anyone seems to be talking about lately is the controversy surrounding Michael Jackson and the explosive documentary "Leaving Neverland," which aired on HBO a few weeks ago.

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Friends, family and fans of Jackson have spoken out in his defense against Wade Robson and James Safechuck, the two men featured in the documentary accusing Jackson of sexual abuse.

Someone who has yet to weigh in on the matter is former professional boxer and friend of Jackson's, Mike Tyson.

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He sat down with Michael Rapaport on his podcast "I AM RAPAPORT" to discuss his late friend and the controversy surrounding him now.

Tyson has an eight year old son, but revealed he wouldn't let him hangout with Jackson.

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"Michael has a reputation of this," in regards to Jackson's sexual molestation charges.

"I have an eight-year-old kid — I wouldn't let Michael hang out with my kid," Tyson continued.

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"I wouldn't let my kid go over Michael's house — I love Michael. You know what I mean?"

Tyson gives his points from an alternative perspective than most, since Tyson went to prison for rape in 1992.

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"It's like some people say, 'Well listen, you're Mike Tyson. I wouldn't let my daughter around you cause you've been to prison for rape.'"

Tyson said he respected that decision from parents though, saying it's something he would do as well.

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"It's f***ed, but I understand that, cause I would think the same thing," he added.

Tyson then went on to lay blame on the parents of Safechuck and Robson, calling them irresponsible.

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"The parents have to be responsible for that s***. I just thought the fact that these kids, Michael is telling them, 'If anyone knows about this, we're both gonna go to prison forever' ... it was just really horrible."

Tyson also felt the timing of the documentary was convenient, "it comes across that these are guys just out to get some money."

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He concluded, "What you're doing now is even wrong, coming out saying this stuff. It's wrong, it's wrong on both sides."

You can listen to the full interview below.