Every little thing that glitters ain’t gold.
Just a handful of days in the past, Tyrese Gibson was on his Instagram web page displaying himself a very little self-really like by saying how he’s grown to adore his darkish complexion. Now Gibson is back again on the social media website, and trying to keep it real with lovers about the “issues” that occur with obtaining a lavish way of life.
Pairing a prolonged caption with the video, the previous R&B singer opened up to his followers about the severe realities that arrive with prosperous living. He not too long ago posted a now-deleted small clip of his roof leaking h2o and confirmed a few white towels lying on the floor that had been presumably meant to capture the leaking drinking water.
“Social media is total of frauds who won’t preserve it a buck,” claimed the “Four Brothers” actor. “Fake associations with filters, shipping and delivery of the new Lamborghini or Rolls Royce truck but never ever the repo guy getting the truck bring about they are 1/2 12 months powering on payment. The mansion is incredible till you find leaks,” he wrote.
Gibson went on to checklist off which pieces of his dwelling problems are not an problem. “Mortgage obtained it, landscaping obtained it,” he confident readers. But then he obtained to the unglamorous facet of his lavish digs: “These surprising thirty day period to month problems what in the entire F!”
To clarify, he described that though he enjoys his house, he did not know upgrading from a 6,500 sq.-foot property to a 25,000-foot a person would call for so significantly additional servicing.
“I continue to want you to ball out and get your mansion but it is me Occupation as a single of your beloved folks to give you the HEADS UP of what you are going for walks into so you are not blindsided like me,” he reported. Talking directly to the workers that fastened his roof, the 42-year-outdated apologized for them having to do the work in the rain but thanked them “for fixing the leak.”
Gibson moved into his deluxe residence earlier this year. The six-story property in Atlanta’s tony Buckhead community has a full of 7 bedrooms. Speaking to Architectural Digest in June, he disclosed that his bedroom necessitates a password to enter, and if that isn’t shocking adequate, the “Transformers” actor also has a 16-foot tall statue of the Transformer Bumblebee.