Boxer with 10 kids claims drugs made him to all-male porn threesome

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A retired professional boxer and father of 10 children is desperately trying to explain that exotic drugs caused him to black out and unknowingly become involved in pornography with two other men without his knowledge or consent.
Yusaf Mack, 35, who was known as the “Mack Attack” during the apex of his career when he fought several world champions, is now futilely trying to protect his image and defend his heterosexuality after the gay porn video went public in December 2014 and recently became widely-circulated this past month.
Mack, who is engaged to a woman, told the media that “The only time I touch a man is when I’m in the ring fighting.”
But Mack did much more than just “touch” a man when the financially-desperate Mack traveled from Philadelphia to New York to engage in an X-rated video for money to feed his family. He claims that when he arrived on the set, which was an apartment in the Bronx borough of New York City, there were a bevy of women on the set, and he thought that he was going to make a heterosexual porn video between himself and a bunch of ladies.
Mack claims the offer to do the porn came on Facebook and he traveled from Philadelphia to New York to ostensibly conduct the man-on-woman porn.
He went to an address in the Bronx, where he said there were naked women walking around.
‘I think, ”It’s about to go down”,’ he told Philly.com.
Before the filming took place, Mack said ‘I needed a drink or something. They gave me a pill and a shot of vodka.
‘I took the pill down with the vodka.’
Mack claims he blacked out not long after ingesting the pill and stiff drink. He also says he has no recollection of what took place the entire night.
The next thing he knows, he remembers being rustled awake on the train at 30th street in Philly. He also noticed that he had $4,500 cash in his pocket.
Instead of trying to investigate what happened to him, what took place at the porn video shoot or what was the pill he took, Mack said he chose to forget about what happened and just went home.
He was able to forget all about it until October 16, when he was out in Philadelphia and realized some of his friends were not speaking to him.
Finally someone pulled him aside and explained that people had seen the video.

“I don’t know what y’all are talking about,” Mack told them, according to the publication. “That ain’t me. I don’t remember that.”

His friends then convinced Mack it was him in the video.
Apparently, between the time of downing the pill and regaining his full faculties, Mack engaged in explicit and extensive sex acts with two men on camera.
Worse, his face is not covered in the X-rated footage and neither are his distinctive body tattoos. The video was then put up on DawgPound USA, a gay porn site featuring African-American men. Members pay $24.95 to join the site and then a monthly fee of $19.95.
He told Philly.com he still has not seen the video and wants to track down the people who made it.
However, he said he has forgotten his Facebook password and has not been able to contact them.
“I’m just hurt right now,” he told the website. “I can’t really sleep at night, but I’m getting by.
“Everybody thinks I’m going to hurt myself. I’ve got to stay strong for my children.”
Mack’s 10 children range from ages three to 21. The school-age children and adult kids are also probably withstanding the backlash of the video.
“All my real friends who really know me, know I like females,” Mack added. ‘I’m still me.”
“You’ve got to realize that the ones that are not really talking to me are the ones that probably have skeletons in their closets.”

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