Nyamaza Tafadhali: Tyrese Gibson given Sh500Million to stay off the internet by celebrity couple who’ve had enough of his drama

It pays to have friends in high places.

And that is certainly the case for Tyrese Gibson after he revealed his superstar chum Will Smith gave him a whopping $5 million to help him fund his ongoing custody battle with his ex-wife.

The 38-year-old rapper and actor has been engaged in a bitter courtroom feud with ex-wife Norma Mitchell Gibson over their 10-year-old daughter Shayla.

Golden handshake: Tyrese Gibson has revealed Will Smith gave him $5M to help his ongoing custody battle on social media on Sunday

The Fast And The Furious star said: ‘ When we show UP for each-other there’s nothing that can’t be done I️ repeat nothing.

‘My wife kept the news away from me cause I’ve been on with lawyers all day but our family and our sister Jada-Pinkett Smith and my brother Will Smith just sent us 5 million dollars to help keep us afloat.’

‘You’ve guys asked me to get off and stay off the Internet now that my daughters legal fees will be paid I️ will listen.

‘ The Smiths’s and their whole family has always shown up for The Gibson’s Uncle Will you’re an uncle for real.’

Tyrese, who has supposedly been made ‘virtually unemployable’ following his ex’s claims, prevously complained on social media about the legal fees he’s racked up in the custody battle, saying, ‘I’m at $13,000 a month, what more do you want from me?’

And he also voiced his disappointment over the alleged lack of support from some of his well-heeled ‘millionaire’ and billionaire’ friends asking, ‘I’ve been there for you, why aren’t you there for me?’

His posting comes after he thanked wife Samantha Lee Gibson for her support during his court battle with ex-wife Norma.

Tyrese’s ex-wife Norma Gibson previously accused him of child abuse, saying he spanked their only child on multiple occasions. He denied the claims, which sparked an investigation by the L.A. County of Department of Children and Family Services.

He posted a loving message to Samantha on Instagram Saturday after the investigation into the alleged beating was close, and he discovered he would not be facing criminal charges.

‘When your 1st charge get dropped your wife’s mind will finally REST!!!!!’ the star of the Fast And Furious franchise wrote, captioning a photo of Samantha Lee asleep in bed.

Tyrese is claiming his ex is being vindictive against him due to the fact he has remarried. He says he has been unable to see his daughter Shayla for two months, and wants to have the matter dealt with as soon as possible.

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‘Furious 7’ races to the top, raking in a massive $143.6 million (trailer)

“Furious 7” raced to the top of the domestic box office, picking up a massive $143.6 million in its opening weekend.

That establishes a new high-water mark for the month of April, blowing past the $95 million debut of “Captain America: The Winter Soldier,” as well as marks the highest grossing kick-off for any film in the “Fast and Furious” franchise. It also ranks ninth among the top ten openings in history.

Audiences flocked to see star Paul Walker in one of his final roles. The actor died in a 2013 car crash at the age of 40 and his work on the film was completed by using digital technology and a series of stand-ins.”This is a bittersweet installment in the franchise,” said Phil Contrino, vice president and chief analyst at BoxOffice.com. “[Walker’s] passing made this movie more intriguing for people who hadn’t seen some of the installments. It raised awareness and its success is a tribute to him.”

Universal Pictures spared no expense in bringing the latest chapter in the fast cars and gravity-defying-stunts series to the big screen, shelling out $190 million on the production. It unspooled in 4,003 North American theaters, earning $14 million on 365 Imax screens and $11.5 million from premium large format screens. Going into the weekend, most analysts estimated that the film would open in the $115 million range.

Foreign numbers have yet to be released, but they promise to be steroidal. Internationally, the film rolled out across 10,500 screens in 63 territories.

“This is the next member of the billion dollar club and that’s a rarefied place to be,” said Contrino. “This thing is on fire.”

Check out the trailer,