In early 1998, Gibson was signed as an artist to early RCA Records.
Afterwards, he released his debut single "Nobody Else".
For those of you who don’t have audio or can’t be bothered to watch the video, basically he offers some rather sketchy dating “advice” to women: “I’m gonna tell you all right now, and this might be harsh — sluts, skeezers, hoes, tramps and overly aggressive promiscuous women, they are never without a man because they don’t have no standards.
They ready to have sex with any and everything that want to have sex with them.
They spent a lot of time discussing sexual exploits, which is fine, but I felt a bit pushed out as a lot of it I couldn’t relate to.
Got into an argument one night after one of them criticised me for having “only done stuff with one guy” and I should get out there and do it, it escalated, we hurled abuse at each other, I expected everyone to take my side, but they took hers.
The courts eventually ruled in Norma’s favor, as she and Shayla are set to take the trip later this week, but according to the artist and single mother, this has only been one of several of Gibson’s attempts to terrorize her.“I just have come to a point where I felt that I really want to have a voice and speak up for myself,” Mitchell told Madame Noire regarding her decision to finally speak out.
“It’s been a long time that I have been going through this and I just want to move on and move forward.”Considering that this isn’t the first incident that has landed the former lovers in court, the single mother expressed that she didn’t have much of a reaction to last week’s fiasco.“I’m not a flight risk.