Fast and Furious star Tyrese Gibson is warning Christians that the world is trying to “promote the devil.”
In the middle of promoting Fast X, Gibson took a moment to call out people who are trying to “normalize the devil.”
“As much as I’m supposed to be promoting this movie and talking about my album, I just feel like we’re in competition right now because they are trying to normalize the devil,” Gibson said. “The devil is on the main stage at award shows and in every video and signs and symbols.
“[Devil worshippers are] going above and beyond to promote the devil,” he continued. “And it’s pissing me off. Devil worshippers used to be real secretive, but now they just going everywhere.”
Gibson urged Christians to take their relationship with Christ seriously and share with others how God has made an impact in our world already.
“We need to stop treating our relationship with Jesus like the little buddy that you talk to before you go to bed at night,” he said. “Be more vocal about all the things that God means to us, and all of the things that God has brought us through. There’s been a lot of moments that you didn’t post about, but yet you know how did God decide to get you through this.”
Gibson is vocal about his faith on social media, encouraging others to pray often and trust in God. In 2015, he opened up about how his faith has helped him stay focused on the important things while navigating fame.
“Fame is one of the biggest unspoken addictions,” Gibson wrote. “Over the years I’ve learned and discovered that people will do damn near anything to get it. Validation is a men’s and women’s silent killer… When you love yourself deep within, when you fall in love with Jesus and you’re completely submerged in Christ, your heart and soul is fulfilled independent of what’s in your bank account and where you are on the charts.”