On the second anniversary of Walker’s death Monday (Nov. 30), Tyrese Gibson posted a photo of them on Instagram, revealing he’s still coming to grips with his former co-star’s passing.
"It's still not easy...... 2 years ago today... We lost our brother…..,” Gibson captioned the pic. “Today I'm just gonna lay low and process..... Clarity through Prayers and perspective is what I always seek and pray for. With a heavy heart I post this..... Please continue to pray for the Walker family and his real friends who was with him every single day.... They're some of the best and strongest people I know...... I know you're in heaven smiling and rooting for us all."
“Fast and Furious” star Jordana Brewster shared another touching tribute, posting a smiling photo of Walker and a poignant quote from Ralph Waldo Emerson.
“‘The largest part of his power was latent,” the post read. “This is that which we call Character,-a reserved force which acts directly by presence, and without means.’ -Ralph Waldo Emerson #paulwalkerforever.”
Ludacris kept his message short and sweet, sharing a photo of Walker and a simple caption: "#gonebutneverforgotten."
Last but definitely not least, Vin Diesel, who starred with Walker in five of the seven “Fast and Furious” installments, shared a photo of them with the phrase “Brotherhood has no limits” across it.
"No matter where you are in the universe…You will always be my brother," Diesel captioned the pic.
This isn’t the first time Diesel has paid tribute to Walker this year. In April, he serenaded the MTV Movie Awards audience with Wiz Khalifa and Charlie Puth's "Furious 7" soundtrack song, "See You Again." He also dedicated a karaoke rendition of Tove Lo’s “Habits (Stay High)” to the late actor, and in August, he dedicated his Teen Choice Award for “Furious 7” to him.
The anniversary of Walker’s death comes just days after his father filed a wrongful death lawsuit against Porsche, claiming the car Walker died in “lacked safety features that are found on well-designed racing cars or even Porsche's least-expensive road cars.” The actor’s 16-year-old daughter, Meadow, filed a similar lawsuit against Porsche in September.