*To say Tyrese is not fond of his ex-wife, Norma Gibson, anymore seems to be an understatement.
The singer/actor is making good on his threat to get even with the former Mrs. Gibson for not letting him spend time with their daughter, Shayla, and if need be, he wants her put in the pokey!
*Tyrese Gibson’s baby mama drama entered a new chapter following a call to police on Tuesday over a possible child custody violation.
The singer/actor arrived at the home of ex-wife Norma Gibson in North Hollywood to pick up their 6-year-old daughter, but Norma refused to let the child leave on account of her (the daughter) being sick.
Congrats are in order for Sean ‘Diddy’ Combs.
On Friday (January 24), the New York bred mogul officially launched a live studio for the network in Hollywood.
*In his first interview since Paul Walker‘s death, Tyrese joined Arsenio Hall Monday night to speak frankly about the loss, healing, and Paul’s legacy.
The R&B artist and actor also performed “I Need” with TGTfrom their Grammy-nominated debut studio album, Three Kings.
*If you’ve paid only fleeting attention to Tyrese, you know that he doesn’t hold back. He speaks his mind.
And when it comes to social media, he really comes with it. So much so that it’s gotten him in trouble on several occasions. One of them was when he got serious backlash after his comments on fat people.
Remember this oldie but goodie he told allhiphop.com:
Singer Tyrese Gibson attends the Soul Train Awards 2013 at the Orleans Arena on November 8, 2013 in Las Vegas, Nevada
*When it comes to his Hollywood game, Tyrese Gibson is looking first and foremost for longevity.
The entertainer, whose soulful crooning and megawatt smile first charmed audience in a 1994 Coca-Cola commercial, has said that his latest role as Tyson in the holiday film “Black Nativity” is one he hopes will open doors to more dramatic roles in the future…no matter how big the part.
“I’ve never claimed to be the biggest star. That’s actually not even my goal,” Tyrese told us during interviews for the film. “I don’t like a lot of the pressures that come with being ‘A-List.’ I’m not interested. I just want to be me. I want to do me and get to whatever level I can.”