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Tyrese Gibson is already tired of living alone in his Buckhead mansion after splitting from his long-suffering wife, Samantha Lee Gibson.

The 42-year-old Capricorn is going through yet another emotional upheaval in his life.

The "Fast & Furious" star's wife recently filed for divorce. They share a 2-year-old daughter, Soraya.

In an emotional post on Instagram, Tyrese begged God for forgiveness and for an end to the single life:

"With a healing heart I post this..... I am sorry for my sins and sorry for anything I've ever done to anyone rather I'm aware of it or not I just hope you find it in your heart to forgive me..... I have not met my BEST self yet and I know it.... I can't wait to meet the NEW ME!!!!! This single life hits different especially since I could of never ever seen this coming...... Ever.... Back to the basics.... What's your name? Where you from? Who yo momma nem? What you do? What's your credit score? Jesus or Nah? Lol #TheVibes"

The Bible says an apology cannot stand alone. It must be coupled with true contrition, repentance and humility. "The sacrifices of God are a broken spirit: a broken and a contrite heart, O God, thou wilt not despise."
 

Holy Bible

Swarthmore College, a liberal university in Pennsylvania, is offering a new course next semester that will translate the Bible into queer (or LGBT-friendly) language.

The class, titled “Queering the Bible”, will be instructed by Gwynn Kessler, an associate professor of religion, according to Swarthmore’s course catalog.

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Akon Thiam

Syndicated radio host Rickey Smiley took calls from listeners who weighed in on singer/songwriter Akon's controversial comments on monogamous relationships.

In a recent interview, the 40-year-old Senegalese singer, who is reportedly married to multiple women, said monogamy is not only "stupid"; it's "impossible."

"I don't know no one woman that can satisfy every man's one need. It's impossible. Just like there's no man that can satisfy a woman's every need," said Akon. He added: "Women just aren't built to breed like that or... mate with more than one partner. Women aren't built that way, men are."

Of course Akon is correct. Since the beginning of time man has evolved by mating with multiple women to ensure the survival of future generations.

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