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Tyson Fury uses the n-word while singing Notorious B.I.G with his five children

Tyson Fury has sparked outrage by using the n-word while singing with his children on his 32nd birthday.

The heavyweight champion and father-of-five shared a video of him celebrating with his family and wife Paris, 30, on Wednesday at their home in Morecambe, where he was captured on film saying the racial slur. 

The Gypsy King was singing to 90’s track Juicy by American rapper The Notorious B.I.G when he used the offensive language after opening presents from his children. 








Heavyweight champ: Tyson Fury has sparked outrage by using the n-word while singing with his children on his 32nd birthday on Wednesday

Heavyweight champ: Tyson Fury has sparked outrage by using the n-word while singing with his children on his 32nd birthday on Wednesday 

Tyson said the n-word in an 11-minute Instagram video posted on Wednesday to his profile that has 3.8million followers.

He titled the clip: ‘Birthday boy, birthday morning with the family, got to love it 2020.’

The video shows the star being greeted by his children, who have his bespoke birthday cake and presents, which included a new pair of trainers and aftershave, waiting for him in the kitchen.

Tyson said: ‘The Gypsy King, 32 today, still handsome, still good looking, still confident, still king and still undefeated.’ 

Special day: The father-of-five shared a video of him celebrating with his family and wife Paris at their home in Morecambe, where he was captured on film saying the racial slur

Special day: The father-of-five shared a video of him celebrating with his family and wife Paris at their home in Morecambe, where he was captured on film saying the racial slur 

'The Gypsy King, 32 today': Tyson said the n-word in an 11-minute Instagram video posted on Wednesday to his profile that has 3.8million followers

‘The Gypsy King, 32 today’: Tyson said the n-word in an 11-minute Instagram video posted on Wednesday to his profile that has 3.8million followers 

Family: Tyson and Paris are parents to Venezuela, 10, Prince John James, eight, Prince Tyson II, three, Valencia Amber, two, and Prince Adonis, 18 months, who all featured in the clip

Family: Tyson and Paris are parents to Venezuela, 10, Prince John James, eight, Prince Tyson II, three, Valencia Amber, two, and Prince Adonis, 18 months, who all featured in the clip 

Wearing a floral shirt and sunglasses, Tyson requested song Juicy, a clear favourite among his young family that also enjoyed a singalong to the lyrics. 

While holding youngest child Prince Adonis Amaziah, 18 months, in his arms, boxer Tyson sung: ‘And if you don’t know, now you know, n****.’

Tyson, who’s the half brother of Love Island star Tommy Fury, 21, continued to sing the rest of the track, which included several repetitions of the offensive word.

In the clip filmed by his wife Paris, Tyson said: ‘You’ve got to teach these kids the taste of real music. Biggie and 2Pac all the way.’

Tyson and wife Paris are parents to Venezuela, 10, Prince John James, eight, Prince Tyson II, three, Valencia Amber, two, and Prince Adonis, 18 months.

His young children unknowingly repeated the racial slur that is said on more than one occasion on the track as they excitedly danced around the kitchen.   

Happy times: Wearing a floral shirt and sunglasses, Tyson requested song Juicy, a clear favourite among his wife and young family that also enjoyed a singalong to the lyrics

Happy times: Wearing a floral shirt and sunglasses, Tyson requested song Juicy, a clear favourite among his wife and young family that also enjoyed a singalong to the lyrics

Singalong: While holding youngest child Prince Adonis Amaziah, 18 months, in his arms, boxer Tyson sung: 'And if you don't know, now you know, n****'

Singalong: While holding youngest child Prince Adonis Amaziah, 18 months, in his arms, boxer Tyson sung: ‘And if you don’t know, now you know, n****’

Surrounded by his children, Tyson, who starred this year in ITV series The Gypsy King, opened more of his cards and presents while enjoying his birthday morning. 

Before listening to Juicy, the boxer’s family sang along to Tyson’s own Gypsy King themed song, which includes the lyrics: ‘Have you heard a better story than the one of Tyson Fury? Know he’s going to win. There’s only one Gypsy King.’  

The sportsman’s cake featured all the things he loves including a Louis Vuitton belt, boxing gloves, cans of Diet Coke, a European passport, Dairy Milk Fruit and Nut and a photo of his family. 

As well as new trainers and aftershave, Tyson was also gifted sportswear and another belt to add to his collection.  

MailOnline has contacted the boxer for comment. 

Spoilt: The sportsman's cake featured all the things he loves including a Louis Vuitton belt, boxing gloves, cans of Diet Coke and a European passport

Spoilt: The sportsman’s cake featured all the things he loves including a Louis Vuitton belt, boxing gloves, cans of Diet Coke and a European passport








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