Actor, producer, and former WWE wrestler Dwayne "The Rock" Johnson will receive a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame on Dec. 13.

“Not only does Dwayne have a great personality and talent, but he also does a great amount of philanthropic work which is part of the criteria for earning an immortal spot on the Walk of Fame,” Ana Martinez, producer of the Walk of Fame ceremonies professed about him. “We envision scores of photos being taken at his star by his fans.”

Dwayne 'The Rock' Johnson's Year In Film

Within the past year, Johnson has graced the silver screen in several films such as Baywatch, Fast and The Furious 8, and will be in the lead role for Jumanji: Welcome to the Jungle, which premieres in late December.

Next year, he will be starring in the Fast and Furious spin-off based on his character Hobbs and three other movies: Jungle Cruise, Rampage, and Skyscraper.

News of this delightful occasion left many to check in with Johnson’s the Fast and The Furious co-star, Tyrese Gibson on social media. Gibson began his tirade against Johnson last year after Johnson posted a subliminal message on Instagram about how some of his male co-workers don’t conduct themselves as professionals.

Since then, Gibson has posted several and now-deleted Instagram posts to Johnson, threatening him to not do spin-offs of the franchise or other projects that will hinder the production of future Fast and Furious movies.

“#FastFamily is just that a family…….. We don't fly solo,” Gibson wrote in one post. He also alleged that Johnson stopped responding to his text messages.

Tyrese Gibson's Social Media Rampage And Personal Issues

As Johnson continued to live his best life by adding more work to his long resume, Gibson became more irritated and expressed his frustration online. He claimed it was Johnson’s fault that the ninth "Fast and Furious" movie will debut in 2020 because of Johnson’s packed filming schedule — due to other projects.

To further promote the idea that Johnson has malicious character, Gibson posted a video of Johnson saying Gibson’s album, Black Roses, is “the biggest piece of dog s--t.” even though, the video of Johnson's commentary was a joke between the two co-stars.

Although Gibson revealed that he will no longer speak about Johnson, his career decisions or money moves, fans think otherwise. At the moment, Gibson is focused on promoting Atlanta’s newly elected mayor Keisha Lance Bottoms and dragging his ex-wife on social media.