The Rock’s “Fast & Furious” co-stars trade shots at him after reigniting their feud

Actors, from left, Dwayne Johnson, Paul Walker, Vin Diesel and Tyrese Gibson pose for photos as they arrive to attend the premiere of the film Fast Five in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, Friday April 15, 2011. (AP Photo/Felipe Dana)

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The ninth installment of the “Fast & Furious” franchise was set to be released in April of 2019, but production got pushed back for unspecified reasons — and it looks like Dwayne “The Rock” Johnson’s co-stars think it’s all his fault.

“Congratulations to @TheRock and your brother in law aka 7 bucks producing partner @hhgarcia41 for making the fast and the furious franchise about YOU,” Tyrese Gibson took the first shot in an Instagram post. “And like you, DJ even if they call I will not be deleting this post – Gn folks see you in 2020 April #FastFamily right? Nah….. it’s about #TeamDewayne #3yrs will it be worth the wait? #NoShaw just Hobbs will this be another #BayWatch?”

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The actor then doubled down on his criticism, posting a picture a movie poster from the franchise, accusing Johnson of breaking up the “Fast Family” by allegedly accepting a spin-off opportunity and writing, “Diversity, love, multi ethnic worldwide multi generational, United Nations, One Race, Fast Family…… Until Dewayne showed up I guess this whole time he had a problem cause he wasn’t the ONLY ONE on the movie poster.”

Later, fellow “Fast & Furious” star Vin Diesel also took to Instagram to throw some shade at Johnson. He shared a photo of him, Gibson and the late Paul Walker, all of whom starred in the franchise. For the caption, he simply wrote, “Brotherhood.”

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