Tyrese Gibson has frequently made headlines throughout the year. The singer exhibited strange behavior on social media, whether it was feuding with his friends or lying about his financial situations, fans have been worried about the singer's mental health.
One person who isn't taking pity on the singer is the opinionated radio personality, Charlamagne Tha God. The Power 105 host previously spoke in regards to Gibson, stating that he's not mentally ill, but is reckless with his mouth.
Now, Charlemagne is stating that the singer needs to silence "for the culture" after Gibson once again made a head-scratching statement.
Tyrese Gibson Tells It All
Gibson visited the Rickey Smiley Show were he came clean about his toxic relationship with his ex and stated he only married her so she could become a US citizen.
"Now I can say to you, Norma, I love you. I appreciate you. I appreciate what we did. We had an angel. But I married you to keep you in the country. I never married you because I was happily married. You're from London. I married you because we had a baby on the way and I had to do whatever I had to do to so I'm not traveling all the way to London to spend quality time with my baby," Gibson said.
Charlamagne reacted to the interview on Twitter.
MUTE TYRESE FOR THE CULTURE
— Charlamagne Tha God (@cthagod) December 5, 2017
Mixed Reaction From Fans
Others agreed with the host, stating that Gibson was "Donkey of the Year" and "I'm tired of Cyrese." However, others came to Gibson's defense by bringing up his mental health and that he is going through something and needs support. Gibson hasn't responded to the host's tweet yet.
The Fast and Furious actor also touched on the incident that made his ex-wife accuse Gibson of abusing their daughter. Gibson said that he beat his daughter Shayla for lying, which he notified his former wife about and the following day, she went to file charges against him.
The charges against Gibson had been dropped and he recently posted pictures of himself with Shayla spending time together on Instagram.
Gibson was also the subject of media scrutiny because of his feud with his co-star Dwayne "The Rock" Johnson. Gibson harassed his former friend on social media after it was announced that Johnson would be starring in a Fast and Furious spin-off film with Jason Statham.