Video Appears To Show Tyson Fury Singing A Racial Slur

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A video of WBC Heavyweight Champion Tyson Fury seemingly using offensive language has resurfaced following his second win against Deontay Wilder.

According to multiple reports, the video was recorded by Fury's wife, Paris. The 11-minute clip shows the heavyweight boxer celebrating his 32nd birthday with his five children. During a portion of the video, Fury can be seen rapping the words to "Juicy" by Notorious B.I.G. As the song nears the legendary rapper's use of a racial slur, Fury does not appear to slow down. The boxer appears to use the word and his children appear to follow his lead.

"If you don't know, now you know n----," Notorious B.I.G raps.

***The video below contains the use of racial slurs***

GRAMMY nominated producer DDot reposted the clip to Twitter after Fury's win against Deontay Wilder on Saturday and a number of people took issue with Fury's actions.

"Now, wait a d--- minute," the GRAMMY nominee said.

"See…this [is] why I stay with Black people [because] I honestly don’t trust non Black [people] to not say the N-word," rapper Yung Baby Tate tweeted.

Thus far, the resurfaced video has been retweeted and liked nearly 20,000 times. While Fury's Twitter account was active this weekend, he has not addressed it directly. Instead, he has stuck to retweeting positive messages about his most recent fight and promoting Mental Health Awareness Day.

At this time, it is unclear when Fury will return to the public eye again. After winning his second straight fight against Wilder, he has suggested that he'd like to fight Dillian Whyte and the winner of the second fight between Oleksandr Usyk and Anthony Joshua.

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