Tyrese Gibson threatens to leave Fast & Furious over Dwayne Johnson

Tyrese Gibson threatens to leave Fast & Furious over Dwayne Johnson

Johnson hasn't responded to Gibson's attack on social media.

Another day, another bit of drama involving the Fast & Furious movie franchise.

'I got all these millionaire friends, I got these billionaire friends, I've been there for you, why is nobody there for me?'

The feud started because of Gibson's dissatisfaction with the delay of "Fast 9," due to the spinoff around The Rock and Jason Statham.

The singer, who is now embroiled in a nasty custody battle with his ex-wife, blasted Dwayne "The Rock" Johnson for taking on a stand-alone "Fast and Furious" spinoff about his character.

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The actor declared his ultimatum on Instagram as part of two lengthy posts expressing fury at his co-star for starring in a spin-off movie. Im sorry to announce that if [Dwayne] is in Fast9 there will no more Roman [Pearce].”.

The actor posted a video Wednesday in which he made an emotional appeal to retain some custody of his daughter, as his ex-wife Norma Gibson seeks a restraining order against him and full custody of their child. Tyrese also called Johnson a "clown", "selfish" and "NOT the people's champ". "I just want my baby and no one's listening because no one is in the court room", Tyrese continued, crying.

Gibson began feuding with Johnson in September when rumors swirled about a Fast & Furious spinoff hitting production before Fast 9. It's a winning threat to make, since Tyrese clearly has more star power than The Rock. That project, Hobbs & Shaw, pushed back the release of Fast & Furious 9 by a year, which Tyrese wasn't pleased about. Johnson came aboard for the fifth installment, 2011's Fast Five.

"This is all I got", Gibson says through tears in a Wednesday, Nov. 1 video as he pans down to his hoodie that says, "Shayla Rocks".

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