Tank, Ginuwine and Tyrese, also known as the group TGT did a recent performance that left some questioning whether Ginuwine was “100%” high or not.
During their show in Long Island on the local CBS-WLNY morning show “The Couch,” Tyrese is seen on camera giving Ginuwine the stank eye as if he was upset with his behavior from the beginning of the performance.
Tank seems none the wiser as he plays the keys in background when Ginuwine starts to sing and seems to have forgotten the words to his own song. The camera then shows Tank laughing and you can hear Tyrese kinda laughing as well. Judge for yourself above, especially around the 3:15 mark; that’s when things get interesting.
After their sketchy performance, Tyrese took to Twitter in what some might assume was a vent of frustration but seemed to try and make light of it all.
Supergroups: From Solo Artists to Bandmates
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1. Tyrese, Tank, and Ginuwine formed the R&B Group TGT. (PR)
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2. Gerald Levert, Johnny Gill, and Keith Sweat formed the group LSG. (Retna)
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3. Gospel's "The King's Men" are comprised of Kirk Franklin, Marvin Sapp, Donnie McClurkin and Israel Houghton.(elev8)
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4. Rappers Kanye West and Jay-z make up the Hip-Hop Duo "The Throne." (AP)
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5. Danger Mouse of Broken Bells and Cee-Lo Green of Goodie Mob teamed together to create Gnarls Barkley. (PR)
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6. Although not officially a group Brandy & Monica have done tours and many songs together. (PR)
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7. Nas and Damien Marley joined forces briefly for an album and tour titled "Distant Relatives." (PR)
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8. Group members turned solo-artists Raphael Saadiq and Dawn Robinson formed the group Lucy Pearl. (PR)
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9. Little know that Jay-Z, Ja Rule, and DMX joined to create group Murder Inc. but after a few songs it fell through.(PR)
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10. Eminem teamed up with rapper Royce Da 5'9 to create group Bad Meets Evil in 2008. (PR)
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11. Ice Cube formed Westside connection with Mack 10 and WC. The group lasted 2 albums. (PR)
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12. First a fictional group, Milestone; K-Ci, Jojo, Babyface, Kevon, & Melvin Edmonds turned into a real group briefly. (PR)
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13. Nate Dogg, Snoop Dogg, and Warren G joined forces to create the group 213 releasing one album. (AP)
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