How Much Is The Net Worth Of Tyrese Gibson?
Grammy-nominated singer, rapper cum songwriter Tyrese Gibson is also an American actor and model popular for his prominent role in the movies franchise The Transformers and The Fast and the Furious.
With his career, he has accumulated a net worth of $3 million as of May 2020.
He started his career through Coca Cola advertisement, sang the phrase Always CocaCola & later took a flight to a successful movie & modeling career.
Income Sources: Prominence Through Songs And Movies
Tyrese Gibson is estimated to have a net worth of around $3 million as of May 2020, according to Celebrity Net Worth.
He mainly earns from his career as an R&B singer-songwriter, rapper, actor, author, model, and MTV VJ.
Gibson started his career as a singer in 1994 through a small role in a Coca-Cola advertisement singing the phrase “Always Coca-Cola”. Later, in 1998, Gibson debuted through his first single ‘Nobody Single’ through RCA Records.
At the tender age of 19, he released a self-titled album, Tyrese that got Platinum certification from RIAA.
To date, the American singer cum actor has released 7 studio albums & 12 single; records 3.69 million album sales in the US.
Some of his popular songs include Sweet Lady, The Best Man I Can Be, 2000 Watts, I Wanna Go There, Alter Ego, Hiatus, How You Gonna Act Like That, Open Invitation, TGT, and Black Rose.
Movie Career- Breakthrough With ‘2 Fast 2 Furious’
With some acting gigs in the movie Baby Boy (2001) and in TV series Blue’s Clues (1999) and Moesha (2000), Tyrese made a feature film breakthrough as Roman Pearce in the 2003 movie 2 Fast 2 Furious (2nd installment of The Fast And The Furious Franchise).
For a fact, he earned the salary of $750,000 from 2 Fast 2 Furious featuring Paul Walker (late), Eva Mendes & Ludacris.
Later, the actor appeared in the movie’s other installments: Fast Five (2011), Fast & Furious 6 (2013), Furious 7 (2015), and The Fate of the Furious (2017) alongside Vin Diesel, Jordana Brewster, Dwayne Johnson, and Jason Statham.
Also, Gibson has appeared in other commercially successful movies like Transformers series (up to 3 installments, 2007, 2009 & 2011) and Death Race.
Box Office Collection Of Tyrese’s Movies
|Movies||Box Office Collections|
|2 Fast 2 Furious||$127,000,000|
|Transformers: Revenge of the Fallen||$402,110,000|
|Transformers: Dark of the Moon||$562,230,000|
|The Fate of the Furious||$225,760,000|
A source revealed that he got around $750,000 for his role as Roman Pace in movie 2 Fast 2 Furious.
Besides that, Gibson is also an author. In 2009, after he was inspired by Comic-Con, he wrote a 3 issue comic book, Tyree Gibson’s MAYHEM! He also published a book titled How to Get Out of Your Own Way on 8 May 2012.
Eventually, in 2013, he co-authored another book Manology: Secrets of Your Man’s Mind Revealed. His both books were New York Times bestseller.
Instagram Earnings And Endorsements Deals
Tyrese has millions of followers on his social media profile. As of June 2019, his followers is around 10.5 million on Instagram which earns him in between $20,899 to $34,831, according to Influencer Marketing Hub.
In a similar manner, Gibson makes income in five to six-digit by endorsing popular brands and companies like Black Rose, Crown Royal, Universal Orlando Resort, Adidas, and few others.
Assets, Lifestyle, Houses, Cars, Expenses, Taxes, Insurances, Charity Works
Talking about his assets, he purchased a luxurious villa in Woodland Hills worth around $1,385,000 in 2011. Recently in 2018, Gibson bought another house in California for $1,400,000.
Inside his garage, there are several luxury cars including two Maserati whose base price starts from approximately $100,000.
Well, the actor cum singer is also involved in some sort of charity works and campaigns. He supports nonprofit organizations and foundations including NAACP, UNICEF, United Negro College Fund, Usher’s New Look Foundation, and many others.
For now, the information about his taxes, and insurances are not revealed.
Tyrese Gibson’s Age, Height, Married, Wife, Divorce & Kids
Tyrese Gibson was born on 30 December 1978 in Watts, Los Angeles, California. His full name is Tyrese Darnell Gibson.
After his father Tyrone left the family, the actor was raised by mother Priscilla Murray Gibson. The future-Fast & The Furious star grew up alongside 3 elder siblings.
Gibson holds an American nationality and comes from an Afro-American ethnic group.
How Old Is Tyrese Gibson & His Height?
As of September 2019, Gibson is 40 years old & stands 5 feet 9 inches (180 cm) tall. He weighs around 78 kg (172 pounds).
Current Relationship Status: Married To Second Wife
Despite highlight making money breakdown due to spousal support to ex-wife Mitchell, Tyrese Gibson enjoys a blissful relationship with second wife Samantha Lee.
Gibson & Samantha married on February 14, 2017, & is together ever since.
The couple shares a daughter, born on October 1, 2018, though has kept further details on their kid low-key.
Child Support To Ex-Wife Norma Mitchell Is $10,000 Per Month
From 2007 to 2009, Gibson was in a marital relationship with his now ex (first) wife Norma Mitchell. Ever since they divorced, Gibson has been getting hard hits with money downfall.
While together, the former duo welcomed daughter Shayla Somer Gibson on July 11, 2007.
After divorce, Gibson & Mitchell got 50/50 custody over their daughter, though it takes a chunk of $10,000 per month of the actor’s account as a part of child support to ex-wife.
Took Issue For Custody Of Daughter On Instagram: Cried In Video
Back in 2017, on Instagram, Tyrese claimed he was “desperate and broke” stating his divorce and child custody with his ex-wife Norma.
Moreover, he cried in a 7-minute stating that he pays $13,000 (now reduced to $10,000) & still is without custody over his daughter; said “Don’t take my baby”.
In fact, Gibson claimed that Will Smith & his wife Jada Pinkett Smith helped him with $5 million for a legal battle with ex-wife Norma, though, as per TMZ, the Men In Black star denied the claims.
His Expenditures Are More Than His Income
Further, following his Instagram post, he also went on to mention that he was literally broke since his monthly expenditure, also resulted in his custody battle, was more than his monthly income.
He stated that his monthly income was around $105,000, whereas the splurges exceeded $107,000, which according to him also includes his legal fees and child support of $13,000 that he owed.
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Moreover, the actor also stated that he owed to pay lawyers a total of $133,000 and that he only had in his account a total of $800,000 and around $1.7 million worth of real estate assets.
Is Tyrese Gibson Broke Already?
During his on-going battle for Shayla’s custody in late 2017, the Transformers actor stated his bad economic condition, showed his earnings, expenses, bank balance, real assets, and debt as:
|Real Estate Assets||$1.7 million|
|Debt||$133,000 (his lawyer)|
And in August 2018, Gibson made highlights of his even worse money drought, after claiming that he couldn’t pay his ex’s divorce attorney.
As reported, the American actor & rapper was already with a shortfall of $73,000 per month.
Well, Tyrese claimed he made only $53,000 per month & on the opposite, the monthly bills on mortgage & groceries ($114,000) and child support ($10,000) took out a monthly total of $124,000.
In addition to that, the actor’s bank balance reportedly had fallen down from $800,000 to $130,000 in 9 months.
Feud With Dwayne Johnson
While the raging news of Tyrese on the daughter’s legal battle popped up in 2017, the actor also made a feud with Dwayne Johnson.
As the former WWE star took turns to produce Fast & Furious movie spinoff Hobbs & Shaw that resulted in a delay in the production of the 9th installment Fast & Furious 9, Gibson fired up.
Even though the issue was cooled down, but again, in August 2019, Tyrese Gibson fueled the feud after commenting on the movie Hobbs & Shaw as “Not A Win” in a now-deleted Instagram post.
The actor stated that the spin-off movie’s $180 million worldwide collections in opening weekend is the lowest in the Fast & Furious franchise after the 3rd installment Tokyo drift in 2006.