Tyrese Slams Comedian Who Says He Gave Out Blow Jobs To Get The Lead Role In ‘Baby Boy’

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If you’re a black male actor in Hollywood, you haven’t made it big until you’ve been hit by gay rumors. Already a successful actor, Tyrese was almost the exception to the rule until a little known comedian went on radio recently and claimed the singer/actor was gay for play! According to Wild N Out’s Spanky Hayes, Tyrese beat him out for the lead role of “Jody” in Baby Boy by performing oral sex on one of the cult classic’s producers. The 28-year-old comedian says he and Tyrese beat out 30 other actors for a chance to play “Jody.” However, when it came time to make the final decision, Spanky says producers wanted to know who was going to “suck his c-ck.” Well Spanky done effed up because Tyrese addressed the allegations on Facebook today with an eight-minute long video full of ether, jokes and Baby Boy trivia. Covered in a fur blanket and puffing a cigar, Ty denied the Wild N’ Out actor’s claims while also revealing that Baby Boy was originally written for Tupac. He also pointed out that Spanky would have been 13 at the time, so his claims don’t make a bit of sense. Catch Tyrese’s response below:
You know, there are some dumb a$$ people in this world that be doing some dumb sh-t. What does that mean? What man wakes up and says, “You know what? Today, I want to end my career. Today, I want to figure out a way to stop my kids from eating. Today, I want to commit career suicide.” You know you done f-cked up right? Let me explain to y’all. First of all, you claim — ha! ha! — you claim there was an audition with 30 men. That’s a lot of dudes fighting for one role, but I understand. Let me tell you something you don’t know. First of all, the role for Baby Boy was written, directed and produced by John Singleton. It was written for Tupac. That’s a factual fact. When Tupac was killed, he only had one person in mind to play Baby Boy. It wasn’t them. It wasn’t you. N-gga it was me. Let’s go even further. I did audition, but it wasn’t the audition that you claimed I did. The audition I did was me, who already had the role for Baby Boy, showing up for an audition to find the woman who ended up playing my mother. And we discovered my favorite woman in the whole world, Taraji P. Henson. So at what point, did it narrow down to you versus me? You just said some dumba$$ sh-t. Let’s do the math. I’m 35 years old. How old are you? Let’s do the numbers. If you do the numbers, when the auditions that you claimed happened went down, you was probably around 13 years old. Which in your mind, you auditioned for Baby Boy and John Singleton wanted an actual baby boy to be in the movie Baby Boy. Anybody who seen the movie will tell you that the movie is called Baby Boy because it’s about a grown a$$ man that’s still living with his mama, who’s still acting like an adolescent, like a little kid, who refuse to leave home. You know you done f-cked up right? So you a comedian, but you ain’t funny. I’ve never witnessed anybody in my life who just decided, “Let me wake up today and let me commit career suicide.” I just wanna tell you something, homie. It’s over. You didn’t have a career at first, but it definitely just ended. You ever heard of a dude [called] Pookie [from the] Chocolate Factory? Let me get Pookie on line 1. You’ll never perform at the Chocolate factory. You’re never going to perform at The Improv. You’re never going to do any of the things that any struggling comedian needs to do in order to get their career off the ground. It’s over. Since you just decided one day, “Let me just wake up and just try to throw Tyrese Gibson, one of the prominent, black, significant African American straight men in this town called Hollywood — along with my brother who was also in another John Singleton movie. Maybe you got dark skin issues cause you f-ckin with me and Morris [Chestnut]. We got a lot of respect in this town and it’s not because we compromised our sexuality or our spirituality to get here. We actually did something you wouldn’t know too much about, which is called, ‘doing the work.’ Source: Necole Bitchie