Former World Heavyweight Champion boxer Mike Tyson made a cameo appearance in hip-hop legend Eminem’s music video for the Juice WRLD-assisted song “Godzilla” where the boxer delivered a knockout punch to the rapper.

Eminem dropped the highly anticipated music video for his song “Godzilla” on Monday. Fans were surprised by the many cameos. But Tyson’s cameo made the biggest impact. In the video, he came out of nowhere and punched Eminem in the face while he was looking in the wrong direction. Slim Shady in a daze says, “Oh what the f–k?… Mike?” Tyson responds with, “Em, is that you? Ah, I didn’t mean this. Please man, I’m sorry, please forgive me. F–k.” In the very next scene, you see Tyson and Dr. Dre in the emergency room working on a broke up faced-Eminem.


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Many fans flooded social media to express their confusion, as well as utter delight.

“This makes no sense at all but seeing mike punch Eminem is worth it,” one slightly confused fan wrote on Twitter. They had no idea why Tyson was involved in this music video, but they couldn’t deny that they still enjoyed it.

The song “Godzilla” featuring the late artist Juice WRLD was featured on Eminem’s latest album Music To Be Murdered By at the beginning of this year. The song is one of the most-streamed hip-hop songs of the entire year, including a record-breaking verse by Eminem. The album was rumored to be coming for months and the project finally came with no advance warning in January. Music To Be Murdered By also features artist Young M.A and Don Toliver.

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