Dalí kept the painting in his personal collection, displayed at the Dalí Theatre and Museum in Figueres, willing it to the national collection of Spain upon his death, when it was removed to the Madrid museum.
type=2&theater, directed by John Singleton, was quietly an incredible movie and Tyrese was magnetic in it.
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, he rapped as “Black-Ty” and recruited Method Man, Snoop, Kurupt, The Game, and others.
Even with all that, folks weren't buying the ego, as it became his lowest selling album.
A lot of the times when Tyrese is trying to be entertaining, he’s actually entertaining. The opening two minutes and 25 seconds are nothing short of exemplary, and I want you to understand that I am being 100 percent sincere when I write that. He started out by giving his thesis, which was clear and concise and made sense: “Don’t independence your way into loneliness.” Then, in a very Tyresian move, he clarified it, but did so in a way that only made it confusing: “What I mean by that is: It’s not because you’re single and that you’re alone, it’s that you’re lonely.” A thing that happens in these videos is they start out one way, and then they pivot super hard all the way TF off the map.
This is him continuing his speech: “It’s like you’re pulling out bug spray. But then: “And what’s really going on is …” What’s really going on, Tyrese?
Incidentally, “fun and interesting” is the same way people will likely describe , and Tyrese is kind of strange, which means that he occasionally does crazy things. Look how happy Taraji and Tyrese made Kanye when they played it out in that BET skit: , there’s a song called “Gonna Give You What You Need.” It’s the best impression of mid-‘90s Jodeci I’ve heard since mid-‘90s Jodeci.
There are little things that are crazy in a silly way, like the time he got a KFC cake for his birthday, and there are bigger things that are crazy in a crazy way, like when he decided it’d be a good idea to build a real Starbucks with real employees in his backyard for himself. It’s probably a combination of all five of those things. It has those same swirling chimes, that same goopy songwriting, that same ability to avoid being tactful while also avoiding being corny.
He didn’t say who the three women in the background praying were, but what’s great about Tyrese is there’s a strong chance it’s just three random women, but there’s also a strong chance that it’s TLC. Maybe “listen” is the right word, or maybe that’s not the right word, because you don’t really “listen” to them so much as you “experience” them, because they are almost always insane, because, one more time, Tyrese is kind of strange. He was recreating the iconic Coke commercial from 1994 that springboarded him into fame.
last week, Tyrese posted a video to his Instagram where he sat next to a (presumably) sleeping (presumably) homeless woman and ham-fistedly used her as a prop in a clunky metaphor about people “sleeping” on R&B. His very best motivational video was released at the end of 2014. It was his advice to single women on how not to alienate themselves from the men pursuing them.
As soon as a man try and flirt with you, talk with you or anything, you’re like .