The R&Beef saga between Tyrese, Ginuwine and Tank looks to have taken a positive turn. The TGT trio entered a rough patch back in December when Tyrese announced that the group would call it quits. Initially noting that he and Tank would continue to work together, the Instagram revelation was met with not-so-kind words from Ginuwine. Most recently, Tank divulged that the group’s split was the cause of Tyrese not wanting to divide TGT’s profits evenly, leading the last two members standing into a quick exchange of words.
Luckily, it seems Tyrese and Tank have made amends. The singer/Fast & Furious actor took to Instagram to share that he and Tank made up via FaceTime. Letting his followers know that Tank was his “brother for life,” Tyrese posted a screenshot from their call with a lengthy caption.
“When it feels like R&B don’t matter you just have to do a few things to get your loved ones talkin…… TGT!!!!!!!!! For life,” he wrote.
R&Beef? Nah……….. My brother for life….. When it feels like R&B don’t matter you just have to do a few things to get your loved ones talkin…… TGT!!!!!!!!! For life…… I just sent him our new video/movie #TheBlackBook he called me on FaceTime to tell me I’ve officially creatively lost my mind – get out and support the #SexLoveAndPainTour Google the dates……. My Co-King is out there putting up numbers!!!!!
Ginuwine also echoed Tyrese’s “water under the bridge” sentiments on Instagram a week prior. Sharing a photo of himself with his fellow TGT members, the singer referred to the group as “history,” but also expressed his love for Tyrese and Tank, although it was “time to move forward.”
“Never will be lost (TGT),history is what makes the present valuable, love these guys to life regardless… time to move forward,” Ginuwine wrote.
Even if TGT itself is a thing of the past, it’s still good to see that bridges have not been completely burned.