Tyson Fury has sparked outrage after using the n-word in front of his children during his 32nd birthday celebrations.
The heavyweight world champion and father-of-five posted a video of his family enjoying his day.
Though the 11-minute video included Fury using the racial slur while singing ‘Juicy’ by The Notorious B.I.G.
Wearing one of his signature floral shirts and sunglasses, Fury was able to recite the lyrics to ‘Juicy’ word-for-word.
And while holding youngest child Prince Adonis in his arms, Fury sung out loud: “And if you don’t know, now you know, n****.”
Fury and his family used the offensive language on multiple occasions while opening birthday presents.
The WBC world title holder, who is due to fight Deontay Wilder for a third time before the end of the year, was also treated to a bespoke birthday cake.
Fury and wife Paris and parents to Venezuela, 10, Prince John James, eight, Prince Tyson II, three, Valencia Amber, two, and Prince Adonis, 18 months.
Tyson also said during the clip: “The Gypsy King, 32 today, still handsome, still good looking, still confident, still king and still undefeated.”
Fury’s UK promoter Frank Warren was contacted by The Independent for comment