Tyrese blames anti-psychotic drugs for his recent behavior

The actor took to Instagram to blame it all on his medication — and being a Capricorn.
Tyrese Gibson in Furs Build Series.
Tyrese Gibson, in furs. Photo: Getty

Tyrese Gibson has been working his mental issues out on the likes of social media. And now, he says that his meds have made him into a pathological liar of sorts.

 

Let’s get this all off the table a few weeks back while stressed and of course as I embarrassingly spoke on this.. I was advised to use some psych meds called Rexulti and I did and did some really stupid things publicly and privately that will take me a while to recover from. To clear the air cause I’m an open book and got nothing to hide. My wife is NOT pregnant and never was (those meds had me on one) I owe no one any money on any level matter of fact I just took care of both of my lawyers fully 108k for my lawyer and almost 20k for Shaylas lawyer. I could never give what I don’t have. Smart folks do the math! And I’ve already mentioned that there was a few talks with the Smiths and those meds made me jump out there and speak on monies that never came in- I’ve already again apologized to them privately and publicly for everything. I’m traveling cause I can afford to, and I’m not out here hosting parties ( cause you haven’t seen me post about any lol ) I’m out here handling business long awaited Business! #VoltronBusiness After being 100% exonerated my name is cleared of 10 years of lies and allegations that I’m very happy to move away from. it’s that I have a Movie/ Documentary coming from the moment it all happened I hired a camera crew to follow me around and capture every moment. I apologize again for what happened privately and publicly I know the jokes have been flying and will continue to fly and I’m ok with it I’m a big boy with Thick skin. NO one I repeat NO one has flown me around, I’ve arranged and made these moves myself.. That “Fast” bag would of been nice of course but that’s life right? The real fathers and hustlers understand that it’s whatever it takes to get shit done. feel free to take my words and pick them all apart that’s MY story and my TRUTH and that will never change.. Again I apologize to those of you that I’ve let down from the “way” this all looks but we live and learn and I’ve learned a LOT.. For my so called loved ones who went out of their to step on me while I was Down. I know exactly who you are... and I seen everything- I love You Too. This is my last post about the past. Let’s move on shall we? #DaddyDaughterSeason #Capricorn

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“Let’s get this all off the table,” he begins in an Instagram post that threatens to be the length of a very dull novel.

“A few weeks back while stressed and of course as I embarrassingly spoke on this.. I was advised to use some psych meds called Rexulti and I did and did some really stupid things publicly and privately that will take me a while to recover from. To clear the air cause I’m an open book and got nothing to hide. My wife is NOT pregnant and never was (those meds had me on one) I owe no one any money on any level.”

That’s right: The “Fast and the Furious” star’s claims about his shocking level of poverty, the Smith family paying him to stay off of the Internet and the announcement about his wife’s pregnancy were all fabrications. Fabrications that were supposedly encouraged by the medication Rexulti.

A quick, cursory Google search of the drug confirms that it is an antipsychotic used to treat schizophrenia and major depressive disorder. And although Rexulti often counts belching and passing gas as unwanted side effects, there are no known incidents of pathological lying as a side effect of the drug. 

Oh well. 

 
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