It’s been a trying time for Tyrese Gibson.
The Veteran singer, an actor, and model, 38, voiced out on social media about several ongoing issues that he’s facing in his personal life, making a crying appeal to see his 10-year-old daughter, Shayla, after saying he is not going to take part in the Fast & Furious 9 if Dwayne ‘The Rock’ Johnson remains involved.
The actor shared a video on Wednesday in which he carried out an emotional appeal to keep some custody of his lovely daughter, as his estranged wife Norma Gibson seeks a restraining order against him and also a full custody of their child.
The native of Los Angeles groaned about the authorized fees he’s racked up in the custody clash, saying, ‘I’m at $13,000 a month, what more do you want from me?’’
‘Don’t take my baby please, don’t take my baby,’ he said through tears. ‘This is all I got, this is all I got, this is all I got. Don’t take my baby, OK?
‘I’ve been away from my baby for two months. I just want my baby and no one’s listening because no one is in the courtroom.’
He said he was upset by lack of funding from some of his noble-heeled ‘millionaire’ and billionaire’ friends he’s made, asking, ‘I’ve been there for you, why aren’t you there for me?’
Tyrese also took note of the custody battle – which has involved allegations of child abuse against him – has left him sad professionally, as he said, ‘Nobody wants to hire me, Norma! Congratulations!’
From a source close to his estranged wife told New York Post that ‘The video speaks for itself,’ adding, ‘He is nuts.’
The Actor who acted in the movie baby boy was in a contentious custody battle over his daughter Shayla with estranged wife has gotten intense over the past month, with the Los Angeles County of Department of Children and Family Services interrogating his estranged wife’s claim that he shattered the child at least a dozen times, TMZ reported October 3.
The actor replied by saying that his child was instructed to say certain things, according to the website, which stated that he and his daughter had an enjoyable visit Sunday that included a social worker on hand to supervise.