The Rock Got Feud with Another 'Fast and Furious' Actor
Posted 2017/10/13 2430 0
And it’s Tyrese Gibson!
Tyrese Gibson, 38, continued his feud with Fast & Furious costar Dwayne 'The Rock' Johnson, 45, as he called the actor 'selfish' in an interview conducted by TMZ from the back seat of his limousine in West Hollywood on Tuesday. Then, Gibson took to Instagram that same day to post post a two-year-old video of Johnson joking about his album. In the video, Dwayne takes aim, clearly in tongue-in-cheek fashion, at Tyrese's 2015 R&B album by referring to it as "a big piece of dog shit".
"It shouldn't be called Black Rose. It should be called Big Piece of Black Dog Shit. That's what it should be called," he quipped.
"Not even the hard dried-up dog shit for seven days. It's the soft dog shit. It's like baby shit. I'm never going to f**king forgive him for wasting my time. That is time I will never get back. It's like dog shit is in my ear, motherf**ker."
Tyrese captioned the video with: "Haters come in many forms...... In my Kanye voice #BlackRose is one of the greatest R&B Soul Albums of all time."
It’s the latest in a series of bizarre jabs Gibson has taken at Johnson since it was announced that Johnson will star in a “Fast and the Furious” spinoff with Jason Statham, pushing back the release of “Fast 9” to 2020.
Last week, Gibson blasted Johnson for allegedly “breaking up the ‘Fast’ family,” managing to cite both former President Barack Obama and the United Nations in his rants. A month prior, Gibson begged the “Ballers” star to return his phone calls.
Vin Diesel, the leader of the franchise and the man whom Johnson once referred to as a “candy ass,” has defended the pro-wrestler turned possible presidential candidate on Instagram last week, writing, “I know there has been a lot of speculation as to why the Fast 9 release date was pushed… but it would be unfair to say it is anyone’s fault.”
For Johnson’s part, he’s yet to directly address the conflict we’ve now dubbed DogshitGate, because we’re all 9-year-old children, outside of a single video posted to his own Instagram. In it, he never mentions Gibson by name, instead doing some rough-looking exercises with a big-ass chain around his neck, before turning to the camera to declare “Big dogs eat, little puppies stay crying on the porch,” because, with apologies to Tyrese, nobody cuts a better Hollywood wrestling promo than The Rock.