At about five in the morning, Mike Tyson opened his eyes, reached for a lighter, wiped out his joints, ran on the treadmill for an hour, shower, clothes, kissed the children, kissed his wife, and ate some oatmeal, protein, he eats broccoli when he waits for the car that will take him to the office. The office is a blessed place in his life. The office is a converted red brick warehouse in El Segundo, California. It is only a few minutes away from the airport and is located on a blank Commercial Street opposite the Chevron refinery. If you approach it through the ground road, you will pass the building with the name of the aerospace company that transformed California in the 20 th century -- Northrop Grumman, Raytheon, Lockheed Martin The booming cannabis industry is changing today. You\'ll soon forget that though, because there\'s almost always something crazy going on in Mike Tyson\'s office. You never know who will walk through the big rollup garage door. One day, Sean Payne and Ross Anne came. One day, one of his creators Men come to a conference. He is now a professional inventor and wants to see if Tyson and his partners need something to invent. When the inventors asked a House of people, including Mike Tyson, if they remembered him -- Man, Mike Tyson said, \"Yes, like this,\" and then, by explaining why he likes this, he added, \"Skeletor. \"The company Mike Tyson and his partner are about to leave this office is called Tyson whole. On the face of it, this is a cannabis company that has launched one of more than 10,000 new businesses since California voted to legalize recreational marijuana in 2016 --And a purple one. Green buds with weeds --ups. The tax, community opposition and byzantine court-style regulatory environment have slowed the state\'s move to pit-head heaven. But entertainment costs are still expected to reach $4 billion. By 2025, California\'s legal cannabis business is expected to generate nearly $150 billion in global revenue. Tyson whole is looking for a part of it to extend Mike Tyson\'s brand to the jars of purple Punch and KO Kush to CBD dog food and marijuana --oil- Increased muscle friction. But Tyson as a whole is also a magnet, a door to new ideas and new ways to make money, and after the green boom, California has a lot of these magnets. It\'s a good thing for Mike Tyson to be in such a place. Stabilizing. He comes in, checks some meetings, checks some deals, and draws a few joints. He might fall asleep in the chair in the back room, under a huge black --and- A white photo of himself measured in a vast desert, where he will one day build a future weed resort, a project we will be able to complete in a moment. Usually he goes home at 5 to hang out with his family and maybe watch a little YouTube. But one day, when Mike Tyson walked into El Segundo\'s office, something happened to him that never happened before. One day, a man named Dr. Gerry came to the office to be Mike Tyson\'s guest and ended the first episode of Mike Tyson\'s new podcast, an interview show by Mike Tyson called hotboxin. Dr. Gerry\'s real name is Geraldo Sandoval. He is a gynecologist and obstetrician from Guadalajara, Mexico, and a Evangelist who is responsible for a type called 5-MeO- It is said that DMT is the most powerful entheogen- Fast elevator to Cosmic Consciousness GQ did something special this month. in- Will Welch\'s first speech at GQ Reading on summer beach. 5-MeO- DMT is a rare toad, commonly known as the Colorado River toad or the Sonoma desert toad. When prey, toads produce a venom that repels predators by making them travel balls scientifically. Psychologists have found that you can suck up the poison juice of the drug lord and then pump out the poison juice of the drug lord. DMT, a close relative of this substance, is the active ingredient in the traditional shamanic beer ayahuasca, but what they\'re talking about sucking clams is, it\'s like taking a rocket to the place where ayahuasca takes you to complete self-death. So Dr. Gerry sat in a podcast studio in Tyson\'s overall office and explained the toad to Tyson and his colleagues Host Eben Britton is a former NFL winger-born cannabis advocate, his Canyon- The voice of Tony Robbins. Dr. Gerry told Mike Tyson that in just 20 minutes, pumping toad clams \"was like a free base jumping into the heart of God and coming back. Mike Tyson sat calmly and listened. Then he went into another room with the doctor. Gerry and smoked clams. Of course he did. He never had a chance not to smoke toad clams. Dr. Gerry asked him to go, so there\'s something strange you can smoke. \"You have to look at it from my perspective,\" Mike Tyson said a few months later . \". \"I think I have seen everything and I will go into this situation. I took some heavy-flavored medicine. I used to be sour. So I was thinking of giving me those things. Let me see this. So Mike Tyson heated the toad\'s venom with a small glass tube. It is almost immediately clear that toad clams are not like taking other medicines. This is not the case. Tyson found himself in another dimension, moving fast and scared to death. He thought of his wife and children, who did not know where he was or what he had just done to himself. \"I\'m just freaking out,\" Tyson said . \". \"I don\'t want to do this anymore. I hope it stops. Too late. Couldn\'t stop. I think, I messed up. Oh, shit. I fucked up. What do I want to prove? I\'m dead. I\'m dead. It\'s over. My whole life. Boom. My life is over. I took these fucking drugs and it killed me. I can\'t get through this. But fear began to disappear. Tyson began to experience good things. He stood outside of his own life and saw it stretching in linear time, coming and going continuously. He saw the symbol of Aztec, the strange pyramid, the dead. \"It\'s like you\'re dead, you\'re reborn,\" Tyson said . \". He was very happy and laughed in the room with the doctor. Gerry, when he got back to the podcast studio, he looked like he was crying. Dr. Gerry said he looked at Tyson in the room and felt a strong emotion: \"I basically saw Mike release everything we carried. When Tyson took the toad clams, he had been struggling with the burden for a while. These days, apart from the marijuana he\'s been smoking, he\'s been awake most of the time. When he met Dr. Gerry, under the control of old habits, he recurred. \"I \'ve been taking cocaine and drinking alcohol,\" he said later . \". \"This is my main thing. My cocaine and alcohol. And my sexual addiction. Sleeping with strangers and the like Everything is together. However, after the experience of the toad, all the feelings finally fell behind him in an unprecedented way. It feels like there\'s finally so much behind him. \"I did it three times,\" he said with a smile . \". \"I live there. I have to do it again. What the hell? I want to go back. \"If you went to El Segundo a few months ago to visit Tyson\'s whole company, you might come across a different company than Tyson, which is now hanging there. One day last spring, a different Tyson walked into a different Tyson\'s overall office -- They have grown up a smaller one. He was wearing a black suit with no tie and a white shirt. A House of guests came to listen to Tyson and a group of athletes, doctors and businessmen talking about marijuana in sports medicine. Many guests are sports reporters in the same clothes. When they stand and chat together and eat Togolese sandwiches from the table, it looks like a public audition for a man in a blue shirt and brown trousers. The speaker sat on the semi-circular sofa at the farthest end of the room. Tyson walks up to a leather cigar. Club armchair at 12. As soon as he sat down, it was like falling from a high place to the chair, not sure if he would fall down again. He grabbed the arm of the chair with his big, strange delicacy --seeming hands. His nails are long and bright. His black socks are transparent. The reflection of the fluorescence popped out of his bald head. Abby Britton asked him to say a few words. \"Hello, everyone,\" he said. \"My name is Mike. I have been fighting for 20 years. \"Athletes take turns telling stories from the front lines of the injured world. The approximate strokes are the same. They talked about fighting, pounding, falling, shoveling, body check, death elevator. All kinds of mental and physical pain, the coach and team doctor sent a strong reaction Anti-inflam and anesthetic painkillers like TicTacs. Trauma and Addiction. They talked about how marijuana could ease their pain. \"I\'m just freaking out,\" Tyson said . \". “Too late. Couldn\'t stop. I thought I was dead. It\'s over. Mike Tyson sat quietly and looked at others sometimes, but did not look at anything. He is like one of those paintings, and his eyes seem to follow you in the room. Critic Gerald early wrote in a 1996 article in transition, \"Tyson is not the sum of his myths; He\'s the one left. That\'s what Tyson was like that day. Like Mike Tyson left. At the age of 20, Tyson became the youngest world heavyweight champion in boxing history. In 1988, he and then wife, actress Robin Givens, were interviewed in a joint interview with Barbara Walters, in which Givens called him an abusive husband. ( Givens didn\'t make it clear he hit her, but on 2009 Tyson told Oprah Winfrey, \"I hit [Givens] She called me before. It\'s just that relationship. ”) They divorced in 1989. Two years later, Tyson was accused of raping an 18-year-old. year- Miss America\'s old lady is called Desiree Washington in his hotel room. He was convicted on 1992 and released on 1995. Even if Tyson\'s income is less and more distractingper- He made history with his opponent and canned tomatoes-Set income. In 1997, the Nevada Sports Commission deprived him of his boxing license after he bit his opponent, Holly field, in a game in Las Vegas. His licence resumed in 1998, and he continued his professional battle until 2005, after a sixth round of fighting with Irish boxer Kevin McBride, he sat down and refused to continue the fight. At the post- He announced his retirement at a news conference. A lot has happened to Tyson since then. He finally started telling Mike Tyson\'s story over and over again to anyone willing to listen. He became a professional narrator about his own rise and fall, an open wound that you can walk in. In 2008, he told his story in a documentary directed by James tovak; In 2012, his third wife, Lakiha, \"Kiki\" Tyson, performed on Broadway again, directed by Spike Lee; In 2013, the undisputed fact was the memoir written with celebrities. He used to be Larry Sloman, Bob Dylan\'s deputy. In the story of each story, he shows his true self. Belittle humility and weaken these moments with ridicule that seems equally sincere. Each account invites us to engage in creepy collusion in Tyson\'s consistent way -- First as a very successful blood sports practitioner and then as a pop music enthusiast Cultural train wreckage They tried to polish a troubled legacy through confession. Tyson never wavered about what happened that night in Indiana. He insisted that he was wrongly charged and convicted, that his intention was clear and that the sexual act was agreed upon by both parties. He reiterated this assertion in books, stage performances and movies. In Toback\'s movie A director\'s sympathetic portrait of a convicted sex offender, shortly after the Harvey Weinstein scandal, was charged with sexual misconduct by nearly 400 women -- Tyson referred to Washington as a mean name, and then recited Oscar Wilder\'s read prison ballad while Toback filmed his silhouette at sunset. The myth- Maintenance in the undisputed facts of Tyson and sloeman is not so obvious toxic, but Tyson is happy with what seems to be a good guy -- Like the experience of being imprisoned, this is due to the generosity of the Star Soldiers; He likes to eat all kinds of food. Choice of delivery and having sex with his medication advisor. The book sets out the reasons for Tyson to become a victim, detailing the parental neglect and violent bullying he suffered as a child ( But it\'s not what he revealed in an interview with ESPN on 2017 that he was kidnapped and harassed by nearby predators). But the real theme of the book is Tyson\'s lifelong drug abuse. To keep him quiet, his mother fed him Gordon\'s gin and Thunderbird. By the age of 12, he had tasted Mad Dog 20/20, brass monkeys, cocaine, weeds, marijuana, opium, acid and Angel Dust. Teenagers in New York He said he gave Thorazine a powerful counter. To turn him into a plant mental illness. He kept going in and out of Zorro when needed, so he would be more mean in the game. During his boxing career, even in boxing, he was stunned. When he finally pulled out of the sport, his life was a loop of hell after hell until he finally came to Phoenix to party with fun -- Introduce him to the lovely doctor of the recreational use of morphine drops. He will go to the rehabilitation center in Phoenix soon. He was treated for anger management and sexual addiction. He looked at La Vie en Rose and when they came to take the dith Piaf away from the prostitute he crashed because he understood why she wanted to go there: \"Some people thrive in pain You take away their pain and bring them into the light, they die emotionally and spiritually, for pain and pain are their only comfort. Thinking that someone loves them and helps them without any reward will never get into their mind. In the book, he described himself as a \"repeat artist \". The book ends with his daily sobriety and gratitude and is determined not to screw it up. A new ending is added to the cover of the paperback, which includes a postscript about another recurrence. There will always be another ending for Tyson. On October, a few months after the athletes summit, in a conference room at Tyson\'s holistic company, Kevin Bell, the company\'s chief operating officer, opened a map on a large wooden table. Heavy White Paper, desert images taken from the air Gray California, like the surface of the moon. “This is I- Bell said his fingers were along the highway that cut the map into two halves. Then he pointed to both sides of the interstate. \"This is the desert hot spring. This is Palm Springs. This site looks far away. In fact, its development borders on both sides. It is mainly a golf course. But there\'s a small plot. 418 acres of California desert. \"Say 420 acres,\" says Rob Hickman . \". “Makes it fun. Hickman is a brand entrepreneur and filmmaker. He had the idea of Tyson ranch before year 45. Now, there are plans for luxury hotels and retail stores, as well as facilities for the amphitheater where concerts are held and the University of Thailand, where experts will teach cannabis -- Planting techniques for future farmers. There will also be a lazy river flowing through the whole place. Now, a water park in Waco, Texas has the longest drifting River in the world, but when Tyson ranch opens, the longest drifting River in the world will be the drifting river of Tyson ranch. It takes an hour to float its entire length. Except where you sell alcohol, you can smoke anywhere in Tyson Ranch because it\'s law. But weeds don\'t grow there, says Hickman, and if they decide they\'re going to sell there, they\'ll work with a big weed -- Retail companies, casino ways to rent Starbucks. One of the interesting things about Tyson as a whole is -- The cannabis business refers to the fact that no one actually grows or gains cannabis, and no one deals with actually grown cannabis in any meaningful way. They produce Tyson ranch. The brand container was designed to suggest that Mike Tyson had taken out his jeweler\'s blinds and personally checked the nugs inside and announced that they were damp. They provided these containers to the third one. Party growers whose products meet the standards of quality and purity. Growers fill these containers with weeds and distribute them. As a result, \"We will not bear the burden of bad crops,\" Hickman said. We have no legal burden. We\'re selling paper. Packaging. Market share. The bell is a barrel- Chest, shaved head and long cyclists-ish beard. He\'s the pre-company link. Legalization of cannabis trade. He is from New Orleans and has been playing since 1989. He started his first ploughing. Supply stores cater to growers east of Mississippi, move to Amsterdam once he can afford it, move to California when the law starts to open, and start to find out how difficult it is to grow weeds in the United States to make money. \"When I arrived in California, it was £ 48 a pound,\" Bell said . \". “Now it\'s 16. Taxes have increased, electricity has increased, and real estate has increased. All the profits are gone. Bell met Hickman at the negotiating table. Bell works for some people trying to sell some land to Hickman. \"These guys are very similar to the rest of the industry -- \"Most of them are shit,\" Bell said . \". \"One of the hundreds of things happened in the cannabis industry. Working with Rob on the other side of the table, I found it refreshing because he said he did everything he wanted to do. When the land deal broke down, Hickman offered Bell a consulting job on the spot, which turned into a full jobtime job. \"Two days after I started working for him,\" Bell said, \"I was sitting in his backyard and I went by a restaurant and I noticed that I was sitting next to Jean Claude Van Damm When you\'re with Rob, it\'s a surreal event after another. Of course, they have already made a hot film for the TV show. But because everything at Tyson\'s overall company is not the same thing, the show is also part of sitcom and part of commercial advertising. Hickman\'s plan is to address the rules that still ban any marijuana ads -- Integrate Tyson Ranch products on TV to Curb Your Enthusiasm Comedy about Tysonas himself) Trying to run a marijuana company with his fool friend, played by Tyson\'s real man Friend of life, comedian Russell Peters They want Maya Rudolf to play Tyson\'s ex. wife. Hickman is a burly man with a short gray beard, a grim face and a tight smile. He usually drinks the crunchy stuff he gets from the huge gas. station go-cup. He\'s been a businessman for years. He launched the Internet. The Service Provider of the late manager and producer Jerry Weintraub, on his IMDb page, was listed as a former president of George Foreman foods The meat adventure of the boxer mission George Foreman Grill Then things changed. He lost $4. Film Project 5 million He struggled in his personal life. He treated depression with alcohol and karaoke Have some good nights. He can sing and climb on the piano. Even if he realized that he was ill, he did it all the time. He was infected with S. aureus, just like S. aureus. More tenacious and fast Mobile and antibioticsresistant. His liver and kidney are closed. He almost died. From a certain front hall in Pado, he heard that he was sent to the last ceremony. \"It woke my ass up,\" Hickman said . \". \"When you get the final ceremony, it will let you really get what you have. He began to settle down. The doctor told him not to drink and take medicine if he wanted to live. They sent him to the natatorium and let him eat a bunch of marijuana. Natural Medicine. He\'s not drinking. We talked for eight years- Began to think like a brand person, but this material that changed his life. He held some meetings with people in the cannabis space. They are not inspiring meetings. \"It\'s just a terrible group of people,\" he said . \". \"I think Hollywood is terrible. These guys are from Hollywood. they\'re just not so slippery. It\'s the same. Nothing\'s real. They all said they had something. They don\'t. This is just a mess. Hickman went back to film again. He made the boxer: Revenge and restarted 1989 Jean- Claude Van Damm action classic and Gabon- Canadian actor and stuntman Alan Moussa plays Van Damm\'s character Kurt Sloan, and more than a year later he made a sequel to restarting kick boxer: revenge. The role of Briggs An American boxer met Sloan in a Thai prison and taught him some new ways to endure the pain -- Played by American boxers, sometimes actors and lifelong pain- Endurance expert Mike Tyson Mike and Kiki just sold their shares in Los Angeles. Regional Pharmacy. The store was profitable, but they were mostly living in Henderson, Nevada at the time, and it was almost impossible to remotely run such a cash business, in part because of marijuana. In the view of the interstate banking system, related party transactions are still illegal activities. Hickman began to think. Tyson has a story to tell. Tyson has become a dedicated cannabis user. After years of more serious drug abuse he endured, the weeds helped him out of the shadows. He\'s cold. out 50- Tennis dad seems to take a positive self The destruction behind him By that time, Hickman said, he had \"come to me with a lot of major stars trying to co-ordinate some of the [brands]cannabis]space. He said he met with deputies to Snoopy and Playboy. But no one makes more sense than Mike Tyson. \"This has changed his life,\" Hickman said . \". \"He is a perfect man. It\'s strange to hear the word \"perfect\" describe Mike Tyson in a commercial -- Brand background in 2019. \"I know his population structure,\" Hickman said . \". \"I know 30% of people think he\'s a rapist and it\'s all crazy. He\'s not. I think he served because he did some bad things. But [not] Especially that one. Hickman also said when it comes to Desrae Washington, \"she\'s going to the champion at 2: 00 --to play cards? What did she do there? \"It\'s a relentless argument for someone and it\'s a shocking one -- Attacks in 2019 It\'s also more or less the argument that Tyson\'s own lawyer made at Tyson\'s trial on 1992, arguing that anything that happened in Washington that night was in some way her fault, because she chose to be alone with a man like Mike Tyson. But Hickman\'s real argument seems to be what he said a few seconds later: he has finished his time. The disclosure of the MeToo movement has led to a broader re-creation Censorship of the United States judicial system and society as a whole often fails to hold powerful men accountable for the manner in which sexual misconduct and other forms of abuse occur. But Tyson\'s fame did not protect him from the consequences of his actions. He was tried, convicted and served his sentence. For nearly 30 years since Tyson was initially charged, there has been no evidence to question his allegations and no evidence to support Tyson\'s argument that he was wrongly convicted. \"You all built a ranch here! It will have the longest drifting River in the world! This is serious! \"It means that we are all aware of this, among other things. Moral Society should not allow its members to do business, which has recently become a mainstream view Or art, sports, or politics to some extent. People were found guilty of more than Tyson\'s imprisonment. We are now a culture of liquidation of our own failures, and it is possible that as part of an ongoing scale correction, we will call upon moral authority to contact in time and retroactively cancel Tyson. But the fact remains that for nearly 30 years, we have chosen not It\'s not because there\'s something unclear or complicated about what Tyson does, it\'s because our interest in Tyson replaces our fear of his behavior because something inside us doesn\'t want His rape conviction did not end his career, nor did it seem to hinder him 21-century re-emergence. He walked among us like a sarcastic Mike, as a blinking self I found the audience again. Tyson acted like himself in \"Hangover\" and was not resisted; Todd Phillips\'s film was released in China. Total office revenue was over $0. 27 billion and two sequels were produced. There are dozens of pictures of Bradley Cooper robbing and punching fake punches from his colleagues. Stars on the red carpet Tyson\'s mystery An adult swimming comic in which Tyson vocalizes, undoing Scooby-Doo- With the help of his adopted daughter, a talking pigeon and the ghost of the Duchess of Queensbury, The ish plot -- Just a year ago, the last episode was broadcast on May 2018. \"We entered the second opportunity,\" Hickman went on to say . \". \"We like the second chance. Everyone with us has one. \"Of course, you can argue that, in addition to some remarks about the absence of a gentleman, Tyson refuses to recognize the responsibility of the company, thus skipping the key step to the second opportunity. Or Tyson\'s ability to bounce back as celebrity pitchman moots, regardless of the question raised by his story about the race\'s role in his initial trial and sentencing, and the slate society\'s ability to be released But Tyson would rather talk about toad clams. He will talk to you all day about toad clams because toad clams are an interesting story, but also because it\'s a story that makes him feel good -- It\'s a story about the better person he might be, not the person he used to be. When you ask new Tyson about old Tyson, you hit the wall very quickly. Tyson admits, but will not discuss his acquaintance with Donald Trump, who calls Tyson\'s belief a \"twist\" after the Howard Stern Show \", tyson expressed support in the 2015 issue of Huffington Post Live interview. ( \"We\'re away from politics,\" his PR guy wrote to me before I started a round of interviews on August. ) But he also admits to questions that have nothing to do with politics, such as when was the last time you cried? When was the last time you got angry? There is a problem with the answer; He screamed and said, \"Why? ” to both. He came to this room and spoke his truth, only his truth, and his new friend said with envy, watching him open like a flower. But perhaps the better analogy is the suspension bridge. You can see how it all works. California\'s laws have changed, creating a brand. New industries and potential brands The new class of industrialists. These industrialists are busy connecting marijuana to the \"drug culture\" and renaming it as a healthy gear to close the gap between Pineapple Express and lululullemon. It\'s hard to believe that the same process of change to save the devil\'s lettuce will sweep and save Mike Tyson Introduce him to a clean culture as a peaceful person The ambassador of Chill? In the past February, on a windy and then cold Saturday, hundreds of people gathered outside Palm Springs, the future location of Tyson Ranch, watching the plays of Miguel and AP Ferg at the first charity festival in a desert paved with synthetic and green carpets, a mini Coachella organized by Tyson whole, spread information about the company and what it means to build here. Hard- Bike-riding locals mingle with invited influencers who jump from one selfie to another in Penny Lane fur and indoors -- Outdoor underwear, joint and angle for \"gram. This will be Mike Tyson\'s weed festival, both now and in the future. The front door has a huge inflatable heart with a Mike Tyson face in the heart, promoting a charity draw where you can win the chance to smoke with Mike Tyson. There is also a lucky draw where you can win Tyson Limited-edition Harley. The sign of the lottery is called \"Mike\'s kindness \". \"On the charity day, you can eat the chicken strips and corn of hot quidos and drink beer, vodka, rum, a variety of wines and two different kinds of four wines. The name of this festival is consultant. Brainstorm because it evokes high The level type of bud, but can also be one, the same, can also be generous and considerate. The idea is that it will grow into a viable holiday brand, a mainstream music --and- The marijuana incident targeted less rigid stones. A bigger demo than The Great American Smoke rolling out loud or Cypress Hill. Not that Tyson is crazy. The butt Weedfest is invested in oneterm future. The Desert Hot Springs City has announced that this year\'s festival is not allowed as \"marijuana\" Consumer Event \", festival organizers have confirmed this, but whenever they want to attend, everyone who is holding is engaged in a gorgeous way, when the DJ rotates between the TV sets, asked to see some hands in the air, the crowd continued to lie lazily -- Horizontal fuzzy bean bag chair at intervals-out and yawny. \"Mike Tyson built an entire ranch here, you guys! DJ told the audience. \"It will have the longest drifting River in the world! This is serious! She put down Shek Weiss\'s live Shek Weiss and everyone watched the sun set behind the cheese steak truck. To be honest, even if you don\'t win the draw, it seems easy to burn one with Mike Tyson on Charity Day. He was in the background, sitting on the sofa, in a luxurious Mallard travel trailer full of family and Wells -- Weed smoke from the Wish and the outgoing. People and smoke are always in and out. This is Mike\'s old friend, Al B, the R & B legend. Sure! He took out his cell phone and showed Mike a picture of the two of them hanging out with Bobby Brown that day. Mike\'s bouncer, former hellangel and Howard Stern regulars Chuck Chito stand in front of the trailer in a woolen fur coat and a red, white black Adidas sportswear, the back was embroidered with a green accent and a bad Italian boy. \"This is Rocky IV,\" Chuck Zito explained . \". “Sly—he sells \'em. StalloneStore. com. \"However, Sly did not sell them with Italian bad boy embroidery. Chuck Zito did it himself. The sky above the trailer is filled with moths. On a piece of grass, Chuck Zito throws around a raw skin with Mike Tyson\'s huge white gold graffiti-Mars. A pale and nervous young man in a camouflage suit and coat The white Converse sneakers walked towards the trailer, leading a rather ordinary delegation --looking early- More than 20 white men in street clothes were apparently invited to the festival because they were a huge deal on social media and were promised to take a photo with Mike Tyson. Apart from the fact that he brought six people with him, which could be arranged, it was at least one more person than Chuck Zito, and the people in the trailer are now comfortable getting into Mike\'s increasingly blurry airspace to take pictures. The leader of the influencer pack revealed the news to his sixth crew member, who is growing up Sprayed high with a cream-frozen head Bob is afraid of blonde juggling. This guy looks frustrated. The leader said he was sorry. \"You are a legend,\" the leader said . \"“You got swag. But I can\'t. A moment later, influential people showed up with their prizes --smoke-But Insta- Mike Tyson took a snapshot of himself on each other\'s phones. \"It\'s fire,\" said a child . \". “Send me that. \"Here, perhaps a referendum on Mike Tyson\'s future as a public figure -- These kids absolutely believe that photos with Mike Tyson will change any social activity. The media needle for their survival and death. And then there\'s one. It\'s time for Mike Tyson to get on stage. His whole team. Ibn Britton and Al B. Sure! And Chuck Zito and Rob Hickman, a champion. in-the- Arena for peoplemoves with him. Between- Setting up the music boom, Mike on stage made a little quick footwork for playing jewelry songs. He took to the stage and heard the crowd shouting for him. Mike Tyson thanked everyone and it was not worth a bow to do a little bit. Then he brought Rob Hickman out, partly because Rob Hickman absolutely didn\'t want to be on stage, which Tyson found interesting. When the charity festival happens, Tyson has been taking about a few weeks, and in the VIP area, everyone at Tyson\'s overall company can talk about how it changed him. They said he was like a philosopher. Obviously, we are still at the end of Tyson\'s life. It\'s Wednesday now. Eben Britton is drawing a joint restaurant in Tyson\'s overall podcast studio to explain how he came here. During the two years of his NFL career, his disc protrude. Back and shoulder surgery Appendix rupture He relieved the pain with weeds and got an NFL use waiver so he could pop up Adderall to face the game he no longer wanted to play. He ended up playing for the Chicago Bears, forgot to take the pills to practice, beat Ritalin off his teammates, thought there was no difference, failed the urine test and was kicked out of the NFL. He believes that the transformation of this event is that it is OK for the universe to tell him to move on. Britton, wonder what else the universe can tell him. Who has done mushrooms once or twice in his careerFootball career Start a psychedelic odyssey, starting with a huge amount of psychedelic drug consumption for about six months, and then do kambo on Amazon, a medical ceremony involving giant monkey frog secretions. Britton said: \"They will burn holes in your skin and then spray things in frog medicine, and you will have a purification experience. They call it a warrior wash. One thing about frogs -- The so-called medical ritual is to open the door to the synchronicity of starting to breed in your life. It wasn\'t long before Britton took frog medicine from Rob Hickman and asked him to help Tyson\'s overall company summit, which turned into a job -- Had the chance to sit in this room with Mike Tyson and watch him get funny and alive instead of dying --eyed and sad. Britton said: \"Mike was in a very dark place when I came in. There was darkness around him. . . . . . . Mike has become this spiritual awakening shaman/marijuana from the fierce warrior on the top of the mountain -- Entrepreneur Warrior of Light. Britton said: \"Mike made a decision when he was a child that he would be the most vicious person he could be, showing the world that it couldn\'t disappoint him. I think what toad clams do is put him out of there. This shows that he is vulnerable. It is this transformation -- From Iron Mike to clam Mike Britton said that makes Tyson so important in mental health and masculinity. \"Mike, as his role, has the potential to change the world,\" Briton explained . \". \"As an evil, demonized character, until now, he has opened his heart and become real, talking about all the things he has experienced and done, and how he feels about it? This has changed the way people think. There are so many people out there who are completely fucking lost because we are brainwashed and think it\'s something to be a man. It will kill us. Is killing people. \"That\'s why this is so important,\" he continued . \" \"Because other men are talking about these things -- Who can be as influential as Tyson? Don King told Mike Tyson not to mess with imams stepdaughter, and most of them didn\'t -- Not because Don King told him not to, but because the stepdaughter of Imam would not have. At that time, rakiha Spicer was 19 years old and Mike Tyson was 29 years old. soon the tornado that Mike Tyson lived in took him somewhere else until five years later, when Kiki was 24 years old, when they lived alone in New York, they met again. \"It\'s a roller coaster,\" said Kiki Tyson . \". \"We started dating. It was crazy. You know, he\'s crazy? So many women. I will break up with him and I will be emotional. It was a lot. But we have always been good friends. \"Kiki is now 43 years old, elegant, calm and sharp. She has been married to Mike for ten years and he still makes her laugh. They have the same distorted sense of humor. They went through something together, not everything. inflicted. 2008, she charged $71,000 in salary after six months in federal prison from the so-called none Display work at a Muslim college run by her parents. Her stepfather, Shamsud- Din Ali was convicted on 2005 of fraud and extortion, which was found in a massive FBI investigation into possible links between drug dealers and Philadelphia politics; Kiki\'s mother also served a short sentence after being convicted of fraud. In prison, Kiki was pregnant with Tyson\'s daughter, Milan, who was born on December 2008; Kiki and Mike got married the next year. \"He used to be addicted to chaos, because this is his life --chaos. When it is quiet, some residue will reappear. ” — Kiki TysonMaybe may be partly because of all this and she can see him without judgment. She always has. Even when he came out of the rehab center, like walking dead, he was overweight and took a lot of mental medicine. The zombie swells and Kiki used to call it. She said: \"All he wants to do is eat the crunch captain and watch the replay of Law and Order: SVU. His personality does not exist. . . . . . . He was there when he took all these pills, but he was like, not at home, you know? Like the sinking place in that crazy movie. Where he sank. \"They tried to take him away from everything, but when Tyson had nothing, he woke up like a clock every night, believing his life was over. Kiki said: \"I don\'t know what to talk to him, but it said that no one loves me, my life is over, and I will die soon. So weeds are a compromise. Kiki doesn\'t smoke much- Maybe four times a year, only when the children are asleep. But the only thing she cares about is the Ashes that Mike was admitted. White carpet in Newport Beach House Mike has some kind of psychological barrier to putting his joints in the damn ashtray, and in Tyson\'s whole company, usually half Smoking Mike Jay, parked at any table or on the side of the counter, is like a little gray --and- Brown puffs on branches When he is at home, Kiki must follow him with the cleaner. It\'s the most difficult thing to marry Mike Tyson. Most of the time anyway. \"Mike sometimes turns to the old pattern of psychological self. Destruction, \"said Kiki. \"Like, something happens in his head when things look too good. I think it\'s fear. based. How can I screw up, he thought? He used to be addicted to chaos because it was his life-chaos. When it is quiet, some residue will reappear. \"He went through a\" strange period \"last year,\" Kiki said \". He went to the club again. With the kind of people who think it\'s bad to be with Mike Tyson. Up to no good. \"I used cocaine,\" Tyson said . \" \"When I was doing clams, I thought I was taking cocaine. I\'m just a mess. I have a fucking bunch of girls. It\'s terrible, man. I\'m in a vicious circle and I can\'t stop. I can\'t stop even if I want. I was sick. I don\'t care about anything. . . . . . . For example, I saw a girl and had sex with a girl. Then I\'m guilty. Now I want a bunch of cocaine. I want to drink now. Now I just want to ruin my life because I commit suicide in guilt. Now that it\'s toad clams, I don\'t want to go out, Tyson said. I don\'t want to fuck anyone. I just don\'t want to be on the side of the world anymore. \"Kiki said he didn\'t wake up at night, and he didn\'t start with toad clams. Mike said that unless you count the occasional butoads, he only smokes marijuana, never drinks, and doesn\'t do anything harder. In his family and business, he feels that he is a positive force. I asked him if he liked himself more than before. \"I don\'t know,\" he said, suddenly feeling a little sad. \"Ask me this at the next interview, okay? \"When I started doing the story,\" I said to Hickman, \"When I published the story, I said Mike Tyson was starting a weed company. At this point, do you still think so? Or is the weed always something that should let you go? \"It\'s never been a weed company,\" Hickman said with a smile . \". \"It\'s just the easiest thing for people to attract. \"I\'m not sure if this is a weed story. It felt like a story of Sudan, he fell asleep for many years, and while he was sleeping, his subjects built a city of miracles around him, what anyone can talk about is how happy the Sultan will be when he wakes up to see this city built in his name. As early as October, when Hickman was sitting in this room, all you could hear was the sound of drilling and hammering, the voice of the contractor to transform the building to meet the needs of Tyson\'s overall company. It\'s podcast studio now. In the meantime, Hickman is meeting with architects for Tyson ranch. He is in talks about the company\'s first round of external financing. Currently, he and two other partners have personally funded everything. He thinks they will quit in the next few years. They already have an offer. He gave a big private. A stock company said it was out of record. He said, \"These proposals have been shocking for what we have created. He said they had big bands \"lined up\" for the next charity festival scheduled for this fall. He said they are now buying \"biomass\" from a grower in Kentucky\" Bunches and bunches cultivated with low THC so they can be transported across states Transfer it to the manufacturing plant they built in Henderson, Nevada, Nashville, Tennessee, and Pueblo, Colorado, where they will turn it into a pharmaceutical company CBD-level isolation, sold to cosmetics and pharmaceutical companies. Hickman said he is now negotiating to build another Tyson ranch on the Florida-Georgia border, which is currently not allowed to use entertainment pots. They will. But even if they don\'t, Tyson Ranch will still put a wave pool there. Even if California\'s regulatory pendulum reswings, Hickman will get something from 418 acres of land in the Desert Hot Springs. \"I will prepare a Great Wolf cabin for the children,\" he said . \". \"I played TopGolf. I will have the longest drifting River. They drink whatever they want. I have a stadium with UFC events, boxing events, big concerts. I will have a university that teaches people about agriculture and how to run businesses, a course at the University of California, Los Angeles. Even if I had to cut the marijuana out of it I have a cool business to do. It all looks so perfect and looks so positive and shameful -- For free, it also seems like the last remnant of hippie\'s dream is deeply sucked into the 21-year-old lungs. Century Capitalism Meanwhile, Mike Tyson sits on the sofa in the next room, wearing his dad\'s jeans, his dad\'s big white sneakers and a button -- Down jacket with sea breeze pictures. A minute ago, he watched videos of Patrick Roy and Mario Lemieux on YouTube, but now he\'s just browsing a channel that has nothing but super TV. HD drone- See flying videos of beautiful places from the air. On a clear day, a picture of London on the coast of some Pacific islands, lush green bushes against high cliffs. Mike Tyson thinks how humbling all this is, looking down at the bush that might be bigger than him. Mike Tyson wants to know what animals are in the bush. Mike Tyson imagined what it would be like to be on a beach under a cliff that land could not reach. \"It\'s so beautiful, man,\" said Mike Tyson, and the scene changed again, and now all we see is the cloud, and in the chair in the office Mike Tyson falls asleep and even dreams. Alex Pappademas is a writer living in Los Angeles. A version of the story first appeared in the June/July 2019 magazine titled \"Mike Tyson smoked toad \".