LOL: Tyrese said some things here and now people are mad pic.twitter.com/a7SYTb4hU6
— ♌️ 🖕 (@The_Menace__) April 10, 2017
Tyrese Gibson believes promiscuous women have zero respect for themselves and the singer/actor had no qualms about saying so publicly in a recent interview.
To the surprise of absolutely no one, Black Twitter’s response was swift and brutal.
“Sluts, skeezers, hoes, tramps and overly aggressive, promiscuous women, they’re never without a man,” He said in a Monday, April 10, clip on BET Live, which was later deleted from the brand’s Twitter page. “Because they don’t have no standards. They’re ready to have sex with any and everything that wanna have sex with them. But, when you are single and you actually love yourself … you’ll hold out until God sends you what’s yours.”
Gibson said women who have been single for years value themselves and accused women who date of regularly soaking up lunches, dinners and lavish getaways as they “put a lot of miles on yourself down there.”
The statement did not sit well with Twitter users, who quickly questioned why Gibson should be given a platform.
— 🇭🇹💐 (@yasholojem) April 10, 2017
— Ᏸecca🥀 (@MJStarLover) April 10, 2017
bet can choke for giving tyrese a platform to shame and attack women im tiredt
— jas 💫 (@blxckfleur) April 10, 2017
BET got some fucking nerve putting Tyrese on air to tell women how to act, looking like a ghetto Batman villain. Who still watch BET anyway?
— Uncle Jesse 🇰🇳 (@misterperfekt) April 10, 2017
A few wondered why Gibson doesn’t call out men for pursuing sex.
— queen onyx (@onyxkhaleesi24) April 10, 2017
— TED WINN (@officialtedwinn) April 10, 2017
— Kirsten (@Bothsides_now) April 10, 2017
Some found no issues with Gibson’s perspective.
— Cloudvibes (@cloudvibes) April 10, 2017
— Lawrence Boomer (@BoomerLawrence) April 11, 2017
@The_Menace__ That brotha spoke truth
— Laura Ly (@peaceharmonyluv) April 11, 2017
— Mike (@Foti925) April 10, 2017
This isn’t the first time Gibson has landed in hot water for his comments on how women should behave. In March, he went on an Instagram rant against women who wear weaves and elect to get plastic surgery.
“At the end of the day, what I realize from putting up that post is that we are the first to attack each other, period,” Gibson said on Monday’s “The Breakfast Club” of the anti-unnatural women post. “So, if I offended women [by] making them think or believe that I don’t see the value in you because you may have hair, makeup and this and that — my words were twisted, that’s the last thing I’m doing — was to alienate my own fan base and demographic.”