Tyrese Slams Dwayne "The Rock" Johnson For Delaying Next Fast & Furious Film
Oct 12 2017 by Francis Osborne
Tyrese Gibson is no where close to being done with his Dwayne "The Rock" Johnson beef. Now, Tyrese clapped back with yet another shot, posting an old video in which The Rock essentially ripped into Tyrese's "Black Rose" albums, calling it "dogshit". "I heard the whole thing in my trailer and I've got to say in all honesty...it's the biggest piece of dog s**t that I have ever heard".
"Everyone is like big piece of dog sh-t". Gotta love the actor's attention to detail.
The spinoff film, being written by franchise screenwriter Chris Morgan, will feature Johnson and Statham reprising their "Fast and Furious" roles as special agent Hobbs and skilled criminal Deckard Shaw as they team up on an undisclosed mission, Variety reported. It sounds like the R & B singer turned actor has some bills to pay.
In the video's caption, Gibson wrote, "Haters come in many forms.In my Kanye voice #BlackRose is one of the greatest R&B Soul Albums of all time". I'm simply trying to reach him cause he won't call me back about this solo #HobbsMovie I want you to shoot it just not right now cause the #Fast9 release date has already been announced and we can't let our loyal fans #FastFamily or our loyal Fast and Furious FANS down on any level from pushing the date. It shouldn't be called Black Rose. - Johnson made his case for the Hobbs spinoff and while he didn't directly reference Tyrese Gibson, he made it clear that "candy-asses need not apply". It's the soft dog sh-t.
"Everybody coming at me like I'm hating on Dwayne about his spin-off". My good friend and the godfather of Universal, Ron Meyer has granted me the time to do just that.
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Diesel posted a photo the following day with Johnson, saying they shared a complex brotherhood and suggesting that the pushed back time of the ninth movie could allow it more time to be better.
The Fast & Furious drama speeds on!
On Monday, Johnson responded to the feud with an Instagram post. It appears that he's so focused on furthering his own self interests. Johnson sees the film's universe expanding to other medium like television and virtual reality. "My vision is to create greater opportunities for not only my fellow FF cast mates, but for other fantastic actors as well who want to be a part of something new and cool".
Universal Pictures confirmed on Wednesday that the film's release will move back to April 10, 2020, but did not give a reason.