Tyrese Gibson Threatens to Leave ‘Fast and Furious’ Amid Spat With Co-star

November 1, 2017 Updated: November 1, 2017

Tyrese Gibson, the star of numerous “Fast and Furious” movies, suggested that he won’t appear in the next installment in the popular franchise if Dwayne Johnson is in it.

In a rambling, ellipsis-heavy Instagram post, Gibson wrote, “Hello world, hello loyal fans and loved ones from OUR fast universe.”

“I’m sorry to announce that if [Dwayne] is in Fast9 there will no more Roman [Pearce]. You mess with family and my daughters [sic] survival I mess with yours,” he added. Gibson, according to People magazine, is in a legal battle with his ex-wife over their daughter. Gibson plays former convict Roman Pearce in the franchise.

Gibson then called Johnson a “clown” and other names such as “selfish champ.”

The Instagram post received an overwhelmingly negative response  from other users (Instagram/Tyrese – with The Epoch Times edits)

“All my real one [sic],” he continued. “Men on [sic] integrity… my real ones out here stand UP…… folks that GP to the gym and get big naturally #NoJuice #NoOJ spin off huh? Spin off these [expletive] selfish champ…… pause notice who’s got his arms around my shoulder and who’s standing alone.”

An untitled “Fast and Furious” spinoff is slated for release in July 2019.

Johnson hasn’t addressed the critical Instagram post or previous posts made by Gibson.

Gibson’s Instagram post received an overwhelmingly negative response from other users. “Chill out, bro,” one wrote.