TV One’s edgy docu-series “Uncensored”, which explores the private lives of today’s most acclaimed personalities, highlights singer/actor Tyrese Gibson. The episode will air Sunday, September 13 at 10 P.M. ET/9c and will be followed by an encore presentation at 11 P.M. ET/10C. On this episode, Tyrese opens up about his marriage, the colorism he faced growing up, how late director John Singleton changed his life when he cast him in the film “Baby Boy”, and why he’s okay with the success of his hit single “Sweet Lady.” Gibson began performing in talent shows at in and around Los Angeles, CA at age 14. His break came when he starred in a commercial for Coco-Cola. He released his debut self titled album for RCA Records in 1998. He continues to flourish in the acting sphere with his next project being the latest installment of the exceedingly popular Fast And Furious franchise, FF9, due out in 2021. In his episode of Uncensored, Tyrese gets candid about experiencing colorism, growing up in the hood, and his journey to self-confidence. The auto-biographical series delves deep into the lives of luminaries as they reveal the secrets to their success, the obstacles they faced and how they’ve navigated the vulnerability of social media that helped and sometimes haunted their careers. This season continues with rapper/TV personality Eve, producer/TV personality Yandy Smith-Harris, actor Omari Hardwick, actress/singer Jenifer Lewis and actress/director/choreographer Debbie Allen. This season also includes five bonus episodes, including Uncensored: Black Girl Magic, Uncensored: Scandals, Uncensored: Hip-Hop, Uncensored: Black Hollywood and Uncensored: Big Break. Each week viewers get a glimpse into the lives of high-profile celebrities as they tel their stories, in their own words.