Another day, another Tyrese melt down as he fights for his rights in his divorce case against his “Black Queen,” Samantha Lee Schwalenberg.
This time, the Fast & Furious actor hit the net with a rambling 30-minute diatribe posted on Instagram on Saturday (April 22), in which he calls for everyone to meet him down to the Fulton County Courthouse to help him fight his child support case.
Tyrese donned his best dashiki to hit the net for a public service announcement. The singer states he’ll be at Fulton County Superior Court in Atlanta on Tuesday morning at 9:30 am for a hearing in his divorce case. He’s also invited media outlets including TMZ and the Atlanta Journal-Constitution to cover the story.
WE HAVE A RACIST JUDGE IN ATLANTA WHO CALLED MY EX WIFE AND THE MOTHER OF MY CHILD A BITCH….
We tried to get him thrown off the bench…. They kept him on and not only THAT??
They just put him BACK ON MY CASE….. meet me at the courthouse at 8:30am FATHERS for a PRAYER!!!!!!!! Please tag all BLOGGERS, PRESS AND MEDIA in Atlanta you guys need to file a RULE 22 motion to be in the actual courtroom with your cameras on IG, FB LIVE and or the media in itself….
To cap it all off, he’s also invited Black men and fathers, the Nation of Islam, and civil rights attorney Benjamin Crump to meet him outside the courthouse “for a prayer on behalf of the family law courts system that someway, somehow tends to lean in the favor of the other side.”
Tyrese claimed that the judge in the case, Kevin M. Farmer, is a “racist” who called his ex-wife a “bitch” in his private chambers in front of Tyrese’s attorney, Tanya Mitchell Graham.
“Now listen, we ain’t together no more, we have our share of issues,” he said. “But I have never referred to the mother of my child as a bitch. To hear this man — this white man — on the bench, wearing a black robe, who is supposed to represent the law, to refer to my ex-wife and the mother of my child as a bitch… why is he still on the stand?””
He also said his legal team tried to have the judge removed from the case because of this, but to no avail.
“We tried to get him recused, we tried to get him thrown off the bench because of his conduct and his unprofessionalism. And then there were a bunch of things pertaining to the outcome of my case that he did that was literally illegal,” he said.
But wait… there’s more. Tyrese wrapped up his PSA by invoking the name of George Floyd and positioning himself as an arbiter of political justice.
“It takes a George Floyd to change the law,” he said. “It takes a Tyrese to be vocal and outspoken about real shit that’s going on in the criminal justice system along with the family law courts system.”
Tyrese… the ancestors are not pleased. I suggest you pay your BLACK QUEEN her child support and leave the civil rights leaders to more pressing issues.