However, after a series of seemingly erratic posts which included Tyrese taking more shots at his Fast & Furious co-star Dwayne Johnson and declaring himself broke, it appears as though the actor has at least one friend in his corner: Keyshia Cole. Over the weekend, the singer offered an encouraging perspective on why she feels Tyrese deserves a bit of sympathy.
On Friday (Nov. 3), the 11:11 Reset songstress took to Instagram to voice her opinions on Tyrese's emotional ordeal after sharing a screenshot of a tweet blasting the internet for “clowning” him while championing the importance of black men’s mental health. “I hope [you] guys don’t dislike me for this,” the singer wrote in a since-deleted post. “And trust me [I’m] not saying anyone’s perfect. It just hurts me to think, this could be me, or you.”
As the “Incapable” singer explained, given that she recently met her father, she sympathizes with Tyrese and other parents “fighting for that piece of your heart that may be missing because of the legal system.”
“I just met my father after 35 years so please excuse my interest in this situation,” she continued. “I just [know] how it feels, to feel like a piece of you is missing.”
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When we show UP for each-other there’s nothing that can’t be done I️ repeat nothing...... My wife kept the news away from me cause I’ve been on with lawyers all day but our family and our sister Jada-Pinkett Smith and my brother Will Smith just sent us 5 million dollars to help keep us afloat- You’ve guys asked me to get off and stay off the Internet now that my daughters legal fees will be paid ! will listen..... The Smiths’s and their whole family has always shown up for The Gibson’s Uncle Will you’re an uncle for real..... And I’m saying again if you guys are out there in the Atlanta area please vote for @keishabottoms someone my daughter looks up to a LOT!!!! #ShaylaRocks
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