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Man Featured In Gay Sex Tape Says He Was Drugged

| by Lauren Briggs

Professional boxer Yusaf Mack says that the porn video he recently appeared in where he engages in a threesome with two other men is the result of him being drugged.

Mack told Philly.com that he agreed to star in a porn video over a Facebook conversation, because he needed the extra money, but he had no idea that he was to have sex with men.

"My whole life, I've been what they call a whoremonger," the 35-year-old told Philly.com during the week of Oct. 19. "I love females. The only time I touch a man is when I'm in the ring fighting."

Mack said that in June 2015, he took a train to New York City to film the video. He noticed a few naked women walking around outside the apartment.

"I think, 'It's about to go down,'" 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."

He then allegedly blacked out. The next thing he remembered, he said, is being on a train and somebody telling him to wake up.

"I don't remember getting on the train," he said.

He later found $4,500 in his pocket.

He didn't think about the strange events again until Oct. 16, when he noticed people acting strangely towards him.

"I'm wondering why everybody is walking past me and not speaking to me," Mack said.

A friend reportedly pulled him aside and explained that they had seen him in the video that showed his face and distinctive tattoos.

"I don't know what y'all are talking about," he told people. "That ain't me. I don't remember that."

The video was uploaded to DawgPound USA, a gay porn site featuring black men, the Daily Mail reports. Members of the site pay $24.95 to join and a $19.85 monthly fee.

"All my real friends who really know me, know I like females," said the father of 10. "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."

Mack hopes to pursue whoever did this to him, but his hazy memory has made it difficult.

Sources: Philly.com, Daily Mail / Photo Credit: Facebook, Elizabeth Robertson/Philly.com