DILLIAN WHYTE questioned why "weirdo" Tyson Fury has not revealed which charity he supposedly gave £7million to.
The Gypsy King repeatedly claimed to give the purse from his first Deontay Wilder fight to good causes.
He said he would donate the megabucks to UK charities to build homes for alcohol and drug addicts as well as supporting the homeless in Los Angeles.
Fury has unquestionably been charitable with his time and money, hosting daily Instagram workouts for fans during the lockdown and giving cash to the homeless around his Morecambe home.
But the unbeaten 6ft 9ins giant – who has faced serious questions this week about his personal and professional links to Dubai-based mobster Daniel Kinahan – has always insisted he has never named the charities as he does not want extra attention for his donation.
And tonight's challenger in the WBC heavyweight title showdown called out Fury to go public and back up his words.
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The outspoken Body Snatcher told SunSport: “Fury is a weirdo so you never know anything for sure, he says a lot of b*******.
“S***, we still haven’t seen the name of those charities that he gave his £7m first Wilder purse to.
“If I gave £7,000 to a charity, I would give out the name to help them get some more attention and donations, that’s how it works ain’t it?
“This is someone who shares and shouts about everything he does usually. Everything he does for mental health he shouts about.
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“One thing I was told is that he moved house because – after he told anyone who was suffering from mental health that they could come to his place for help – when they started turning up he f***** off and moved somewhere else.
“Don’t say crazy s*** if you aren’t going to back it up.
“I don’t manage to do everything I say I will, but I try. You can’t just run around making promises, telling people you are there for them and then turn your back on them."
With a wicked grin, he added: “Hopefully the charity resurfaces and cleans all this mess up.”
Team Fury declined to comment when asked again about the alleged donations and the reasons behind his relocation.
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