Tyrese Gibson Remembers Paul Walker as 'Fast 7' Wraps

PHOTO: Paul Walker and Tyrese Gibson pose for photographers

The cast and crew just wrapped filming for "Fast & Furious 7," and it was with a heavy heart that the film's stars celebrated the film's competition Saturday.

None was heavier that Paul Walker's close friend Tyrese Gibson, who posted a tribute to the actor who died last year in a car accident.

"#Fast7 Wrap Party........ Emotional and bittersweet..... In the end you always got #Family @codyWalker Caleb Walker and Director Great.... James Wan...... Through prayers and determination and moving forward inspired by my heart Paul Walker we got through.....," he wrote on Instagram next to a picture with Walker's brothers, who helped finish the film by filling in for their fallen brother.

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He continued, "The BEST CAST AND CREW IN THE WORLD.... The fans and supporters around the world... We LOVE YOU...... I wanna dedicate this moment to my niece Meadow Walker.... Uncle Ty loves you..... April 3rd the were gonna unleash this magic on the world................ I miss you heart.... I miss you P-Dub!!!!"

Gibson, 35, referenced Walker's daughter Meadow, who re-emerged on social media earlier this year and posted a smiling photo of herself.

Cody Walker also posted a picture alone with Gibson.

"That's a wrap baby! Look at those teeth! @tyrese #beautiful #brothers #FF7 #FastandFurious7 #roww #Reachoutworldwide #Reachoutww #fastfamily #codywalkerroww," he wrote.

Walker died Nov. 30 after an accident in Santa Barbara, California, near his charity event.

"Fast 7" is set to hit theaters in April.

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