For endeavouring to dump American franchise series, Fast and Furious, Tyrese Gibson has called out co-star, Dwayne Johnson, whose ring name is The Rock.
On the off chance that you haven’t been following the movies, The Rock plays previous specialist Luke Hobbs, a savage character many fans concur conveyed new edge to Fast and Furious. In the eighth film, Fate of the Furious, the wrestler cum actor was combined off with notable actor, Jason Statham, who plays Deckard Shaw.
Earlier gossipy tidbit suggested that, there was the likelihood of Universal Pictures beginning a turn off film, that will focus exclusively on the two characters of The Rock and Statham. In any case, as a few sources guarantee, Vin Diesel (who plays Dominic Toretto) was not happy with it.
As if that was not all, amid the making of Fate 8, The Rock took to Instagram to shade his male co-stars, lamenting their lack of discipline.
The Rock tagged them “chicken s**t and treat a**es”, with sources saying the tirade was focused at Vin Diesel.
At the heat of the drama, Gibson remained adjacent to Vin, posted photographs of himself with him alongside an extensive message in which he called Vin his ‘brother’.
The issue was in the long run settled, and Fate of the Furious did exceedingly well at the theatres (sweeping somewhere in the range of 1.163 billion dollars).
Presently, Gibson is uncovering that The Rock is leaving the franchise for a solo role created for his anecdotal character, Luke Hobbs.
Gibson on social media posted; ” If you move forward with the #Hobbs movie you would have purposely ignored the heart to heart moment we had in my sprinter – I don’t wanna hear from you until you remember what we talked about .. I am on your timeline because you are not responding to my messages – #FastFamily is just that a family…. We don’t fly solo.”