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Tyrese Gibson Breaks Down At Paul Walker’s Crash Site (Video)



Nearly 24 hours after news broke that actor Paul Walker had passed away in a tragic car crash, his ‘Fast & Furious’ co-star Tyrese Gibon rushed to the scene of the accident to pay tribute to his friend.

Gibson was visibly shaken — breaking down in tears. Check out the heart-wrenching video below.

Since the actor’s death, Gibson has gone on to share his thoughts and emotions via social media. He also shared these photos and messages.


After collecting a piece of the wreckage from the accident site. Gibson shared this image adding, “I will keep your energy with me forever #AshesOfAnAngel fast family around the world we live you and we love you Paul is the heartbeat of this franchise and were gonna see to it that his energy and presence lives on forever #myhearthurtssobad”


“#RIHAW ( rest in Heaven Angel Walker ) …. This was #FanMade and sent to me it was so powerful and moving I had to share it… Whoever made this thank you…. #TimelyPerspecitive Prayer warriors keep praying for his family and daughter I witnessed the power of prayer tonight Goodnight….”


“My friend and mentor John rushed to my home to be my side and we sat up for hours to just talk about Paul’s good heart a lot of wild moments and laughter from the set of 2Fast 2Furious…. It was Only my second movie after Baby Boy and John directed BOTH… Hahahahaaaaaa!!! It was John’s idea to have Roman eating in every scene!!!! #2FastFamily I remember the day I had that line “Hey man you got Sumthin to eat up in there we hungry”.. Me and PW couldn’t stop laughing and could probably only use one take…..:: I still can’t sleep but I’m starting to find my smile again… We love you!”

Gibson also shared this letter he wrote asking God for clarity on why Paul’s death.


Very sad.

May Paul rest in peace. Our condolences to his 15 year old daughter and family.


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  • yazmar

    This is so so so very sad….smh but why must they tweet everything