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Tyrese Gibson Posts a Video of The Rock Calling His Album 'a Piece of Dog S**t' Amid 'Fast' Feud

The Roman Pearce depicter has taken to social media to post an old video of the former wrestler giving a scathing comment about his 2015 album, 'Black Rose', amid their 'Fast and Furious' drama.
It seems like the nasty feud between Tyrese Gibson and Dwayne Johnson a.k.a. The Rock is far from over. On Wednesday, October 11, Tyrese took to his Instagram account to share an old video of his "The Fate of the Furious" co-star giving a scathing comment about his 2015 album, "Black Rose".
In the video, The Rock was seen talking to a group of people off the camera about his experience listening to the album. The former wrestler said, "I've got to say in all honesty, it's the biggest piece of dog s**t that I have ever heard," and claimed that everyone agreed with him.
"Everyone is like, 'Yeah, it's a big piece of dog s**t. It shouldn't be called 'Black Rose'. It should be called big piece of black dog s**t.' That's what it should be called," he continued. "Not even the hard dried up dog s**t for seven days. It's the soft dog s**t. It's like baby s**t."
The Luke Hobbs depicter went on to say that he never wanted to hear the album again. "I'm never going to f***ing forgive him for wasting my time," he said in the video. "That is time I will never get back," he concluded. "It's like dog s**t is in my ear, motherf***er."
In the caption of the video that seemed to be taken around two years ago, Tyrese wrote, "Haters come in many forms." The Roman Pearce depicter added, "In my Kanye voice #BlackRose is one of the greatest R&B Soul Albums of all time."
Tyrese sharing the old video comes in the midst of his ongoing feud with The Rock over a spin-off of "Fast and Furious" focusing on The Rock's character Luke Hobbs and Jason Statham's Deckard Shaw. Tyrese blamed The Rock for supposedly delaying "Fast and Furious 9", which was pushed back from April 19, 2019 to April 10, 2020.
Following the announcement of the July 26, 2019 release date for the untitled Fast and Furious spin-off, Tyrese continued criticizing The Rock, calling the latter "the real selfish #CandyA**" and accused him of "[breaking] up the fast family."

Source AceShowbiz.com

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