Tyrese Gibson slammed for spreading fake ‘reverse racism’ news about South Africa

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Tyrese Gibson
Tyrese Gibson
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Wednesday evening saw American singer and actor Tyrese Gibson top the Twitter trends list for all the wrong reasons. This is after he shared offensive paintings that show black people oppressing white people – from a black man having white slaves to a white helper feeding a black women’s baby.

“The flip…get to YouTube this is what’s going on in South Africa,” he captioned the since-deleted Instagram post.

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