Tyrese Dedicates A Modified Version Of "Let's Get It On" To His 10-Year-Old Daughter
While the 'Fast & Furious' actor sang some of the words to the classic Marvin Gaye song, many thought the song choice was awkward and inappropriate.
Tyrese's ex-wife Norma Gibson filed a restraining order against the singer/actor after she alleged he physically abused her and their 10-year-old daughter. Since then, the Fast & Furious actor has reportedly taken extreme measures to show Shayla he loves her. Whether it be wearing a hoodie that reads "Shayla Rocks!" or allegedly flying a banner over her school that stated "No matter what, daddy loves you, Shayla," the Black Rose artist is committed to showing his daughter how committed he is.
A judge has reportedly modified the restraining order and granted the 38-year-old permission to see his daughter. According to TMZ, Tyrese is allowed a six-hour monitored visit with Shayla. However, footage of Tyrese performing in Atlanta for their R&B Super Jam Saturday (Oct. 28) left many raising an eyebrow.
"I'm going to dedicate what I'm about to say to my baby, okay?" Tyrese said.
While Tyrese sang a modified version of Marvin Gaye's classic "Let's Get It On" many thought the song choice was inappropriate. One user said Tyrese was exhibiting the characteristics of someone having a public meltdown. While others wondered why of all the songs written ever, Marvin Gaye's "Let's Get It On" was the one he choose.
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