Tyrese Does Not Care For Fat People***messymandella***


Tyrese,  Tyrese,  Tyrese what have you done?

 A quote from Tyrese: Asked if he feels any kind of responsibility to live healthier lifestyles,” Tyrese says true inspiration has to come from within and not from someone else.

“No two situations are the same. If you are fat and nasty and you don’t like the way you look, do something about it. It’s simple,” he explains.

“When you take a shower and you put your fat, nasty body in the shower and by the time you get out, the mirrors are all steamed up so you don’t look at what you did to yourself. That may sound offensive or insensitive but ultimately, you are big as hell because you have earned that [expletive],” he continues. “Until we realize we have a problem, we can’t possibly come to a solution for it.”

“You worked your [backside] off to eat everything in sight to get big as hell. If you got a problem with the way you look, then you need to do something about it. Excuses sound best to the people that’s making them up,” he says.

Well, Tyrese that is what we call discrimination. Yes, weight is a sensitive situation. You would be pissed and hurt if someone grouped you in a group just by your looks, and made a negative generalization.

Who are you to disapprove of a group of people, because they don’t look like you!

You remind me of a sexy tadpole. That is not exactly perfection. I had no idea that you had hatred for someone because they didn’t fit your idea of perfection.

You have become mighty full of yourself.

You must have forgotten that you were a broke little boy singing on Coca Cola Bus!

You know you have the big sistas in your fan base?

When your songs are no longer playing in “Torid” and Lane Bryant; remember YOU DID IT TO YOURSELF!

All my healthy big girl cousins, will stop playing your music and debate about it at the Buffet!

Stop hurting your own career.

Have you not learned anything from Keyshia Cole, or Keri Hilson?

Stop, hush and don’t be arrogant. I agree with http://www.theroot.com/ Kelli Goff states, “Never have I seen an artist who is so ungrateful or disrespectful to his fan base but who feels all too comfortable pitching them products like his latest project, a self-directed and narrated documentary, A Black Rose That Grew Through Concrete. It’s a chronicle of his life, from his humble beginnings to becoming a singer-author-actor.”

You were in a domestic abuse scandal.

You didn’t learn about “Emotional Abuse?” Stop being a mean hearted bully , and  learn sensitivity!
Your Sister From The Coca Cola Bus,




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