There were no bars holding Tyrese Gibson back when he responded to updates on "Fast & Furious 9" release date. According to an IGN report, Universal Pictures has pushed back the release date of the latest installment from April 19, 2019 to April 10, 2020. No further details were provided on the delay.

But it appears like tension is building among "Fast & Furious" stars after Tyrese Gibson took to Instagram to express his dismay at the decision to change the release date. The former MTV star specifically attacked Dwayne Johnson in his online tirade, wherein he accused his co-star of delaying the ninth installment of the "Fast & Furious" franchise.

Gibson breaks silence on 'F9' delay

"Congratulations to [Dwayne Johnson] and your brother-in-law a.k.a. 7 bucks producing partner [Hiram Garcia] for making the "Fast & Furious" franchise about you," he wrote.

The former model insisted to keep the said post even if he will be asked to take it down. He went on with his rant and said that the "Fast & Furious" franchise has always been about the wrestler-turned-actor since he joined the series.

Tyrese Gibson even criticized Dwayne Johnson's "Baywatch" film and sarcastically said that he was just being a passionate film critic. This is not the first time the "Transformers" alum has criticized his co-actor over the issue of "Fast & Furious 9" release date.

Gibson ongoing beef with Johnson

In a now-deleted comment, the 38-year-old model-turned-actor said he tried to reach out to Dwayne Johnson to talk about his solo movie. Tyrese Gibson stated he was supposed to ask his co-star to film his solo project some other time since the release date for "Fast & Furious 9" has already been announced.

“We can’t let our loyal fans #FastFamily or our loyal "Fast & Furious" fans down on any level from pushing the date," he added.

He, however, clarified that he "will never have a problem" with Dwayne Johnson whom he considered his brother. Tyrese Gibson said he was speaking up on behalf of the franchise's cast and crew members who have remained loyal to them for 15 years.

The "Baby Boy" star ended his lengthy comment with a clarification that he is not a hater of Dwayne Johnson but a loyal member of what they call Fast Family. "I don't want his life. I love my own," he explained.

Prior to this, Tyrese Gibson and Dwayne Johnson got entangled in an online beef when the latter complained about his male co-stars.