Tyrese has made his gripe with Dwayne "The Rock" Johnson public information when he took to Instagram on multiple occasions to warn him not to go forward with filming a spin-off film based on his Fast & Furious character, Hobbs.
Now, after being ignored by the A-list actor and rejecting his email, Black Ty has returned to the keyboard and this time he's slamming Johnson for apparently causing the delay of the next installment in the franchise.
The singer/actor took to Instagram to reveal the news that the upcoming Fast & Furious film has been delayed by a year — now being released in April 2020.
In a now signature lengthy caption, Tyrese directly addressed Johnson, accusing him of making the franchise all about him and dragged his former film release, Baywatch, in the process.
Take a look, below:
According to Variety, the ninth installment of the franchise was initially scheduled to debut in theaters on April 19, 2019, but Universal Pictures has decided to push it back a year. The studio, however, did not disclose the exact reason for the delay.
This all comes on the heels of Tyrese's one-sided threats to Johnson, where he claims his agreement to film a Hobbs film, solo, is what caused the scheduling shift.
See how this all started in the BET Breaks video, above.
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