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50 Cent in tears at Tyson show

Published 01/08/2012

50 Cent
50 Cent

50 Cent cried with laughter while watching Mike Tyson's Broadway show yesterday.

The controversial former boxer has been impressing audiences with his one-man production Mike Tyson: Undisputed Truth, which recently moved to Broadway.

He talks about his life experiences in it, which include becoming the heavyweight champion of the world, spending time in prison for a rape conviction and battling drug addiction.

50 went along yesterday and couldn't wait to share his experience with fans.

"I'm up thank God,another beautiful day I'm buggin right now. I went to see mike Tyson show on broadway," he wrote on Twitter.

"I was crying he was so funny.if your not a regular broadway play fan you still have to go see it (sic)."

Mike Tyson: Undisputed Truth is directed by Spike Lee and the rapper singled him out for praise.

50 couldn't believe what a good job Spike had done and promised his fans they wouldn't regret shelling out for a ticket.

"The show was sold out there wasn't one empty seat. I had a great time you have to see this I can't explain it," he gushed.

Mike previously spoke of how much the show means to him. He hopes it will prove that he has turned his life around and is now a caring father and a good husband.

"This is what me and my wife wanted. This is what we decided to do after I gave up using drugs and being a pig and stuff," he said.

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