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Mike Tyson has pretty much seen it all in his 47 years. He rose from the mean streets of Brooklyn, New York to become the youngest heavyweight champion in history. Over the years he's been in trouble with the law, seen the millions of dollars he earned in the ring dwindle down to nothing, battled a substance abuse problem and bounced back.
So who could offer Chris Brown better advice than Iron Mike?
Mike appeared on New York City radio station 95.5's Scott and Todd in the Morning show earlier today and spoke about Chris' problems and what could become of him if he doesn't clean up his act.
"I like and admire that little guy, but really what he needs to understand is eventually if you keep doing that stuff people will turn on you," Mike said. "The press will make the whole people turn on you and make you [look] bad. He's selling out arenas and they could make people turn. I know he might say, 'never me.' That's what I said. Then nobody wanted to have anything to do with me. If he keeps getting these violent cases. He's arrested for assaults here, assaults there. They're gonna put him somewhere where all they do is assault people."