David Livingston/Getty Images TGTBack in December, Tyrese revealed that any future projects with TGT — his R&B group with Tank andGinuwine — wouldn’t include the “Pony” singer moving forward following an argument that played out on social media. Now, however, it seems the trio is done altogether over financial reasons.
According to TMZ, Tank revealed the status of the group while arriving to LAX. “No, Tyrese still doesn’t want to split the money equally so we’re done,” he said with a smile. “We’re good.”
Meanwhile, a rep for Tyrese says the group’s money was never split equally because Tyrese has enjoyed more chart success as a solo act. Although the rep didn’t deny money being the sole reason, and Tyrese still considers Tank and Ginuwine his brothers, he claims “business is business.”
TGT’s only recorded one album together, 2013’s Three Kings, which debuted at number three on theBillboard 200 chart, with first-week sales of 76,000 copies.