Wednesday, September 28, 2011

Tyrese Kicked Out of a Radio Station


In Delaware to do promo for his new single 'Stay', Tyrese stopped in a liquor store across the street from an elementary school and was appalled to find that there was no gum, only liquor. When Tyrese brought up the subject of liquor stores across the street from elementary schools in his radio interview, Tyrese was shown the door...






*PD = Program Director

45 comments:

Anonymous said...

how did he even fit through the door with that huge foot stuck in his mouth?

Anonymous said...

something tells me there's more to this story.

Anonymous said...

Speak against negativity in the media and that's what happens.

Anonymous said...

Tyrese just can't get it right...dont know how to play the game ,will end up losing

len said...

I HAVE to ride with Tyrese on this on--if he's telling the truth.

A liquor store next to an elementary school(and u know it's a black neighborhood) doesn't make any damn sense.
What is wrong with folks that won't stand up to the city and protect your children? If you pay taxes, you have every right to do so--hell even if u don't pay taxes, u need to speak out.

len said...

^^^on this one...

Anonymous said...

he aint the only one speaking out about these things...I've heard Farakhan and others say similar...Al Sharpton? why is he the only one getting censored?

Anonymous said...

LEN, NO ONE CARES ABOUT YOUR OPINION BITCH! FUCK YOUR DUMB ASS! STUPID WHORE!

where's my stimulus? said...

in chicago schools he can get a blunt, a hit of ecstasy with the presidents picture on it,an ipad, a tofu and spouts sammich and a bottle of mikes hard lemonade to wash it down wit...for breakfass...foo..

Bee Gee said...

This nigga grew up in Watts, and acting surprised. Shit you can find that community layout in Anyhood, USA. And more of em gettin' thrown up near schools all the time. Be serious.. Liquor stores shouldn't be near any schools, let alone elementary schools..

where's my stimulus? said...

and a bag of hot chips, bottle of molson golden and one newport for $1 at the arab sto on the corner...

baller said...

Which was there first? The store or the school?

Anonymous said...

My guess is the liquor(s) store has an ad contract with the radio station.

Anonymous said...

Yes poor people can protest, but we are too tired from working so hard. How about we don't send our kids into these stores?

Anonymous said...

Absolutely no tact, in any regard. Take this issue through the proper channels. Rspect can be given to this matter if you handled it quietly and then brought to media AFTER all the work is done because we all know all you want to do is be a soundboard and expect everything to fall in place. This is why you end up outside of your daughter's mother house screaming and hollaring demands like a supersized brat, always getting caught up in thoughts you can not support or complete and just a plain embarrassment to real Black men who practice censor in conducting themselves, especially in business. And since media is your form of business why not take the opportunity to create a direct change, especially with this matter? I am not disappointed because we have all learned this is what we can expect from Tyrese. -- BK in Charlotte.

Bee Gee said...

^ speak on it, BK

Koréah said...

Jody stays #losing. Let's see what his grammatically-incorrect tweets say about this...

Anonymous said...

BK you sound like a coward. I don't agree with Tyres's antics most of the time, but he was correct in this instance (IF he is telling the whole story). The radio is EXACTLY where he should be speaking on such things, as it is the most widespread means of communication in that particular community. He then should speak to whatever city bureaucrat is I'm charge of that district. If we are not made aware of the devil's work we may never know it is happening under our noses.

Anonymous said...

Tyrese got it right. You people complaining about him are hardwired to bitch about any and everything any celeb says and does. No surprise, there.

Koréah said...

Hmm, I could actually comprehend his tweet-session this time. #ISEEIMPROVEMENT

Anonymous said...

utell, coon, they want your electric tape colored ass to come on and talk about music! You nggas have no problems shucking for a check but wanna get brolic all after the fact. No one paid you to come talk about this they paid you to promote your bullshit music.

Knowing Tyrese he probably refused to talk about the song at all. He wanted to use a paid for opportunity to grand stand. This was not the time nor place to address this issue. For all we know the store may have been a sponsor. This fool dont know nothin but rage, typical of a man with no father.

Anonymous said...

This time I will have to agree with Tyrese. I don't know why the PD kicked him off the radio station.

Bee Gee said...

I agree with 12:56 - Who would kick a nigga out just for wanting to talk about an issue? We already know from his legendary twitter history that he's arrogant as fuck, so it's a bet that somethin' more went on to get him ran off da set. Besides, sometimes you can see right through these celebs. Selfish is as selfish does.

If I'm running a radio station, I dare some outta town from 3,000 miles away nigga to come on my shit and try to carry out some political agenda when that wasn't what was agreed on. Not saying he didn't have a point, but everything he does seems self-serving, so to get on one like that - nigga you just showin out - get the fuck out and walk the street and yell that shit.

He was in a place of business, presumably on a specific agenda. He coulda hollared at them about the school after the shit was over and maybe worked something out or got connected with somebody bigger in the city.. But Tyrese probably just wanted to show his ass, so they showed him the door..

Anonymous said...

@beegee
100% correct. He got out of his lane because he was Tyrese. Fool.

Anonymous said...

Liquor must be some of their biggest advertisers. So of course they're going to kick your ass out after they tell you to STFU and you don't.

Anonymous said...

Ok....so if he is mad about the liquor store being there....why is he going in and supporting the business by buying something? I dont care if its a stick of gum.....something doestn smell right here.


~~~~JAMAICA

Anonymous said...

12:56-you sound racist as hell and Bee Gee your an idiot

Anonymous said...

When is this last time any of you heard an advert6isment for liquor on any radio stations GTFOH .FUCKING IDIOTS

jazz said...

As much as Tyrese annoys me at times, I gotta back his play on this one.

Hennessy is notorious for placing ads by middle schools. Usually it's a high billboard that the average person can't get to, but I recently saw four giant posters wrapped around four separate street light poles right in front of my old junior high.

Right in front of the school!
That's how bold they are.

Needless to say, the posters ain't there no more. And I'm sure if they put new ones up, those will mysteriously disappear as well.

These liquor and tobacco corporations have no soul. If you think they're bad here, you should peep this documentary called 'Sex, Lies and Cigarettes'. It's all about how strongly tobacco is being marketed in third world countries.

They market directly to the children over there, no attempt to hide their intent whatsoever.
The idea is to get kids hooked early and in large quantities to guarantee future profits.

Disturbing stuff.

Anonymous said...

Why did the radio station delete the interview with Tyrese? Something more went down than what is being said.

Poor Tyrese. It seems like his mouth always gets him in trouble.

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why isnt Cnn covering this????????????

Bee Gee said...

1:59 - Why? At least drop a worthwhile comment if you gone spit flame..

Anonymous said...

Anonymous said...
When is this last time any of you heard an advert6isment for liquor on any radio stations GTFOH .FUCKING IDIOTS
2:01 PM

+++++++++++++++

They do where I live because many of the liquor stores do more than sell liquor. Some of them also do payday advances. There's one here called "Lee's Liquor" that does radio ads 24/7.

len said...

@10:48 lol-obviously you care if you commented, dear.

work on broadening your vocabulary, you must live near liquor store too.

ELove said...

I'm Rolling with @jazz on This One (Great Comment Bruh !!!)

Anonymous said...

Most cities have ordinances indicating how far liquor stores andother similar businesses supposed to be away from schools. Maybe thr liquor store was in violation. Anyhow, I'm still a fan of tyrese.

Anonymous said...

I appreciate Tyrese voicing his opinion but at the same time he is very hypocritical because he talks "Black" but sleeps with anything but Black.

jazz said...

@ELove: Thank ya, good brotha.

There's a right way and a wrong way said...

I'm glad they kicked him out because you don't call yourself a professional and go and do business in someone's establishment and try and embarrass them. There is a way that he could have addressed the issue without putting the radio station on the spot like that. I don't have a problem with the subject being addressed, just the way that he seemed to have approached it. You don't do that to people, especially in their home. #manners

hhmph said...

@7:59 how do you know how he "addressed" it? you didn't hear the conversation, so please inform how do you know that he "approached it" wrong?


Perhaps the person interviewing him was just a dick who doesn't give a damn--ever think of that?

Anonymous said...

I'm 45 mins from Delaware and it's just as much po' white trash as it is ghetto black folks, so-knock that theory about that -must be a black neighborhood- statement.

majority of the white folks between south jerz DE and Bmore is hooked on oxycotin/oxycodine and make the neighborhoods look bad, so please dont make the location of the liquor store a black thing. that thought hasn't any basis.

Hip Hop(e) Writer

Anonymous said...

I gotta ride with Tyrese on this one (first time for everything). What do we have to do to get this fixed? That sh1t's ridiculous. Btw, why is that local Deleware community not speaking out?

Anonymous said...

@4:58am Because the average person gives less than a fruck about a liquor store being next to a school. Next it will be strip clubs. #nothingsurprisesmeanymore

Anonymous said...

I give him total props. Who else is going to say it if he doesn't and others don't join in. We tell our childern..No Drug..No Drinking but yet instead of walking out of the school and seeing a park, there's a liquor store waiting for them. Its discusting and the PD has no conscience if he can not allow someone to speak againist something important. DE needs to get their prioritys straighten out.

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