He wrote: ''We're humbled by the outpouring of love! Sometimes when you pray you get exactly what your heart desires.
I got #My Black Queen I didn't just marry her I married my daughters new example.'We are all flawed, sinners and have made mistakes but I hope you decide to keep loving, keep the faith and God will to send you what's yours....
For years, we’ve heard about all of the negativity surrounding singer Tyrese Gibson and his ex-wife Norma Mitchell.
In addition to a pretty messy divorce, the two have had their share of legal disputes surrounding their 7-year-old daughter, Shayla.
And if I were going to do that, I wouldn’t be asking for her passport.”Norma adds that it’s interesting that Gibson would even question whether or not she would return with Shayla.
Apparently, there’s a clause in their custody agreement which was added on August 28 that prohibits both of them from traveling to countries that are not governed by The Hague Convention.
The courts eventually ruled in Norma’s favor, as she and Shayla are set to take the trip later this week, but according to the artist and single mother, this has only been one of several of Gibson’s attempts to terrorize her.“I just have come to a point where I felt that I really want to have a voice and speak up for myself,” Mitchell told Madame Noire regarding her decision to finally speak out.
“It’s been a long time that I have been going through this and I just want to move on and move forward.”Considering that this isn’t the first incident that has landed the former lovers in court, the single mother expressed that she didn’t have much of a reaction to last week’s fiasco.“I’m not a flight risk.
It was sad for me seeing myself called ‘Satan’ in the press. I would never take my daughter to live in a different country away from her father.
Henson even after 14 years since their breakout hit "Baby Boy." "That's my baby. I'm very, very honored to tell the world we're still family and we still connected and hang out beyond that 'Baby Boy' set." Gibson was a fresh faced 22-year-old in the John Singleton-directed cult classic, which is the focus of TV One's "Unsung Hollywood," airing Wednesday, when he met Henson, who played his girlfriend, Evette.
We always get together for lunches and dinners and connect," he told the New York Daily News on Wednesday. Although their on-screen romance was toxic, he equates their affections to Ryan Gosling and Rachel Mc Adams' chemistry in "The Notebook." "Everybody loves that movie.