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Tyrese Reveals That TGT Is Over, Ginuwine Responds

It looks like one of R&B's supergroups is calling it quits.

It looks like one of R&B's supergroups is calling it quits. TGT, which is comprised of heavyweights Tyrese, Ginuwine, and Tank, seem to have parted ways, per an Instagram post from Tyrese.

The Fast & Furious actor wrote, "I'm sorry to break the news.......... TGT is done........... It's not about fault..... Business is business....." Tyrese later continued to say that he and Tank will still move forward, but it looks as if Ginuwine will not be a part of that progression. "We will forever love our brother G as brothers....We've got TOO much history to turn this into anything negative....Even 112 are still together, NEXT, DRU HILL is still together and TROOP and New Edition.....It's only 3 of us we did one album it was epic......And now it's over......."

Tyrese then gave a little background on the success the trio had when they dropped their debut album Three Kings. "The reason it worked is because of our history and mutual respect......I don't know I'm just shocked and disappointed that I'm even putting up this post...... #ThreeKingsNoMore but I guess....#LSG only made one album.....Damn.."

The reveal came as not only a surprise to the fans, but also Ginuwine who responded to Tyrese's statement. "Wow really to post personal Bizns sh*t is a pu**y move ni**a why would you do that and since you wanna do that keep it going and we will expose it all DIVA lets get it!!!!!!" he said. "Be a fu*king man not a lil boy talk to me call don't try and manipulate the situation publicly wack wack wack of you. Exactly why it is the way it is."

The trio dropped their debut album in 2013, which shot to the top spot on the US R&B charts. Their compilation was also nominated for Best R&B Album at the 2014 Grammy Awards, and Best Group at the 2014 BET Awards.

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