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MIKE TYSON’s Daughter Dies

By Jackie Burrell
Wednesday, May 27th, 2009 at 11:47 am in Health & Safety.

Mike Tyson (AP Photo/Ross D. Franklin) Tragic news about Mike Tyson‘s 4-year-old daughter, Exodus, who died in a bizarre treadmill accident yesterday. Investigators believe Exodus’ neck became entangled in the loop of a cord hanging from exercise equipment at home. She either slipped or deliberately stuck her head through the loop, without realizing the danger, police said.

Every few weeks, the Consumer Product Safety folks send out a recall notice about window shades with dangling loops, sweatshirts with dangling loops, and assorted other products whose loops dangle, and we roll our eyes and say, what, someone’s going to stick their head through that? But kids do. So take a moment today to send kind thoughts toward the Tyson family, then stroll through your home and look for potential hazards.

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11 Responses to “MIKE TYSON’s Daughter Dies”

  1. Sheldon Says:

    Sorry for your lost man, I don’t know what I would do if any of my kids died.

  2. Marti Says:

    This is not supposed to happen. Parents are supposed to die before their children, that is the way of life.

    I am so sorry. I can only express my deepest and most sincere condolences to you and your family on the loss of your baby, Exodus.

    Only a parent who has lost a child could ever know the depth and wrenching heartache associated with this loss. May God be with you as you grieve the loss of Exodus.

  3. Deazzy Beltran Says:

    Man, I know there is no words to express what you might be feeling Mike. All I can say is may God be with you and your family, and please be strong. We all loose someone whom we love dearly and we sometimes think why??? But only God knows why. I lost my brother at age 23 to 24 stab wounds all due to a jealous ex boyfriend….and just recently lost my father 3 years ago, ((( he killed himself on Fathers day due to depression))) so yeah I can relate to the pain and always wondered why ME! But we must be strong and move on. You have others looking up to you, your family needs you, and if you hurt we all hurt…. So one thing to keep in mind while you try to be strong and move on in life…. Is that she is in a better place, and I’m sure my brother and father will take good care of her….God Bless you and be strong dude…..

  4. Keisha Johnson Says:

    I am very sorry for your lost and my heart goes out to you and your family……I’ll keep you in my pray.

  5. lisa wells Says:

    i’m so sorry about your lost, i will keep you and your family into my pray, god is the only one who can heal this painful accident…be strong.

  6. Omasan max Buwa Says:

    Mike, as A parent..my heart bleeds for this loss. I ask God in Prayer for you and your family, to make this pain bearable and that your weeping pass unto a re-newed joy in the morn. May Exodus’s mother find peace . My sincerest condolences…

  7. Kenya Says:

    Exodus has done just that… she has exited this terrible world to be with her Creator. I offer my condolences to the family of this little girl. Its never easy to lose a loved one on this side even if you believe they are only asleep. My hope however is that one day this family will understand it better by and by.

  8. Daniel (Australia) Says:

    To the Tyson family,

    Sorry on your loss to your baby girl. No words or thoughts will ever heel the pain. i lost my dad a few years back and will never get over it but you do carry on in life and theres light at the end of the tunnel. You always remeber the good times and never forget your beautiful family member. Deepest condolences and i hope the media leave you alone and give you time to grieve.

  9. Kassandra Says:

    hey man im really sorry for your loss i heard about it at school today my science teacher told the whole class.. that was kind of sad to lose a 4 year old..=(

  10. Charlene Says:

    Mike,

    I know there are no words that will make you or your daughters mother feel better. My heart goes out to you in your time of need. We don’t know why God takes the little ones way to soon…..but she is in a much better place. Be strong and I will keep you and your family in prayer.

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