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This is just heartbreaking.
Tyrese couldn't contain his emotion when he visited the site where his Fast and the Furious costar Paul Walker died in a car crash Saturday in Valencia, Calif.
The singer-actor broke down at the scene, with tears rolling down his face as he stood in front of a makeshift memorial holding a flower for the late star.
"My heart is hurting so bad no one can make me believe this is real Father God I pray that you send clarity over this cause I just don't understand My heart hurts it's broken no one can convince me that this is real.... Prayer warriors please pray real hard for his only child, his daughter and family...#HeartOfAnAngel13YrsFamilyForever WeJustCelebreatedYour40thBirthday..... My God... My God... I can't," Tyrese posted on Instagram Saturday evening after learning about his friend's passing.
He went on to post an Instagram shot of the last conversation he had with Walker, in which he told him he loved him and thanked him for his friendship.
"At least I got to say I love you.... #OurLastExchange but our laughs and moments will live forever #ThisIsWorstThanMyWorstNightmare #GodiLoveYouAndiwillneverquestionYou.... But this I just don't understand #PaulForeverFamily #MyHeartHurtsSoBad please pray for his daughter and family..."
Other mourners have also arrived at the scene to pay tribute to Walker and his late friend Roger Rodas, leaving behind flowers candles and DVDs.
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The actor and Rodas both lost their lives when the red Porsche Carrera GT they were riding in reportedly crashed into a tree and light pole and burst into flames, according to ABC7.
Before leaving the scene, Tyrese picked up a piece of the wreckage and took it with him.
"I will keep your energy with me forever #AshesOfAnAngel fast family around the world we live you and we love you Paul is the heartbeat of this franchise and were gonna see to it that his energy and presence lives on forever #myhearthurtssobad," he wrote on Instagram Sunday, posting a picture of the piece that he took.
-Additional reporting by Marcus Mulick