Toronto Mayor Rob Ford's 'Rumble In The Jungle' At City Council

The notorious Toronto mayor has made another eyebrow-raising remark.
Posted at 1:08 PM, Nov 13, 2013

A “rumble in the jungle,” that’s what Toronto mayor Rob Ford, expects Wednesday as the city council votes on whether to request his removal from office.

This comes after the now notorious mayor admitted to smoking crack-cocaine.

“Have I tried it? Probably in one of my drunken stupors.” (Via NBC)

And was caught on camera in a rage — threatening to kill someone.

“I’ll rip his f***ing  throat out, I’ll poke his eyes out.” (Via Toronto Star)

The city council will reportedly see the alleged video that’s rumored to show Ford smoking crack. But despite the threat of losing his title — he seems pretty calm and collected.

“Great, feeling great.”

“That was Toronto Mayor Rob Ford’s reaction. He says he’s ready to face city council.”  

But by no means is Ford making things any better. On Tuesday, there were at least two incidents of citizens in Ford’s office yelling for his resignation. (Via National Post


By late Wednesday morning the city council did ask Ford to to step down. (Via The Toronto Star)

 “He does not have to do that. He has in fact promised to fight the move and to stay on.” (Via  CBC)

According to Canadian outlets, a new poll shows 76 percent of Torontonians believe Ford should step aside or resign.