The incident itself was reportedly caught on video and uploaded to Instagram, but has since been deleted.
As of yet, there’s been no comment from Tyrese, but on Saturday, Tank did tweet the thank you message below to fans that also said @Tyrese “is recovering.”
Meanwhile, in Virginia Beach, VA, PilotOnline.com reported that the group canceled it’s scheduled album signing appearance Saturday afternoon.
Back in DC, before the fainting incident, a healthy looking Tyrese, along with Ginuwine and Tank, performed cuts from their new “3 Kin gs” album at another club called the Shadow Room:
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