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Mike Tyson calls Game of Thrones’ Daenerys Targaryen ‘a bad chick’




There are some roles that an artist is said to be born for. When you look at a story, you read about a character, you picture in your mind who would be perfect for that role. Game of Thrones was famous for its on-point casting. Actress Emilia Clarke was perfect as the Mother of Dragons Daenerys Targaryen. As the infamous Depp-Heard trial rages on, fans have been demanding to recast Amber Heard in Aquaman 2, and replace her with Emilia Clarke. However, Daenerys will always remain her most iconic role.

Daenerys has become a pop culture icon, and whether you like it or not, you have to bow down to the queen when even ‘The Baddest Man on Planet’ calls the character a badass. In a recent interview with comedian Bill Maher, former heavyweight champion Mike Tyson talked about the Game of Thrones finale. Maher asked Tyson, “You watched the game of thrones, right? Did you like Game of Thrones?”

Mike Tyson | Club Random With Bill Maher

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Tyson replies, “I loved Game of Thrones.”

Maher continues, “Well. What is the end? What is the plot point? It’s the Julius Caesar plot, in other words, the blonde girl who’s like she’s benevolent sort of, and then she becomes a dictator and they gotta kill her.”

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To which Tyson answers, “She’s a bad chick though, right, and she was the bad chick. Yeah, she had to go, because she turned powerful.”

Do you agree with Tyson? Was Daenerys really a bad chick? Talk to us in the comments below!


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