Tyrese Gibson posted a sad “video of himself holding his mom’s hand” and writing, “We as a family are broken and just can’t believe this,” on Instagram on Monday.
“Tyrese Gibson is sad about the death of his mother, Priscilla Murray, who” was hospitalized last week “with COVID-19 and pneumonia and died on Monday.
“On behalf of my family and everyone who ever prayed for my mother, this is the saddest moment of my life. My sweet Valentine just died….” Gibson”, who is 43 years old, put a sad description on a “video of himself holding his mom’s hand while she was in the hospital.
“May the Lord Jesus Christ and his angels open the doors of heaven and welcome her. Our family is broken and can’t believe this”. “May the Lord Jesus Christ bless your walk with him and wrap his arms around you all the way to heaven,” he said.
“From now on, I want you to HOLD MY HAND, MOTHER, and never let go of my hand, just like you did when I was a child and a teenager,” said Gibson, the youngest of his four brothers.
The actor from “Transformers: Dark of the Moon” also thanked the famous jazz musician Kenny G, who played “Forever in Love” for Gibson and his mom during an Instagram Live while they were in the hospital.
“Dear @kennyg I will never forget what you did for our beloved mother. You sent her to heaven with the right melody,” he wrote. “I’m going to watch this clip over and over again to remember that you sent her to heaven on the sweetest melodies.”
Since he first told fans that his mom was in the hospital, the Fast and Furious star has posted multiple updates about her health and her progress. He has also asked “for prayers and well wishes.
“My mother is in a coma in the ICU with pneumonia and Covid. They have her so sedated that she can’t even breathe or eat on her own,” he wrote on Instagram on Feb. 7″. “This has been going on all week, but I haven’t posted because I don’t feel like I can do anything about it. This is my cry for help.”
Gibson said, “Please praise God when you pray, and even write the prayers down in the comments so that I and my family can read them and be encouraged.” “I don’t know what to do, and I need my prayer warriors to cover my mother and keep her father safe. God, she has so much more to do…”