RUN FOR YOUR LIFE – TYRESE IS ON A RAMPAGE!

Yikes! How would YOU like to be the photographer that incited this reaction from Tyrese Gibson? We can’t figure out how the guy was able to shoot before he took off like a rocket, but he DID and here’s the pic. Tyrese didn’t want his 2 year old daughter Shayla photographed and he wasn’t kidding. Shayla’s mother is Tyrese’s exwife Norma Mitchell, and he seems to be a committed father.

15 thoughts on “RUN FOR YOUR LIFE – TYRESE IS ON A RAMPAGE!

  1. Dumb butt. He leaves he little child alone on the street to chase the media. Who leaves a little child alone on the street???!

  2. Ditto what Walt said. A “committed father” or a “father who should be committed”?

  3. At first I thought, “right on, kill that MF photographer” but Walt made a good point. Maybe Tyrese was with another adult who looked after the kid momentarily. Anyway, the look on Shayla’s face says it all: “ooh, I would hate to be YOU right now!”

  4. Shayla’s reaction says it all… she’s seen this before: “OOoooo! I know what that Daddy-face mean! Daddy gonna beat on that man like he beat on all those other people who make him mad!

    Those people they got buried in the desert. They food for cactusus now.

  5. Patrick, doesn’t it remind YOU of a guy coming to get his salad tossed…in the clink?

  6. Not sure what happened in the next shot, but if one is on a public street or in a public place, photographers are within their right to take photographs of anyone. If one does not wish to be photographed, then don’t go out in public. Otherwise get used to it.

  7. actually no. It’s a federal law that says you must have permission by the subject to have a photograph taken. One can sue for invasion of privacy thereof. It’s also illegal for traffic cameras to take your picture as well. In the state of Oregon, if you get a ticket by traffic cameras it will be thrown out in court once you mention the federal law. However, most don’t know about it and are prosecuted anyway.

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