Tyrese Gibson has left everyone outraged after he posted some very graphic and offensive photographs, claiming they were "real." It was so bad that Jamie Foxx was forced to leave some extremely angry comments on the now-deleted post. The thing is though, even if you delete it, what you post on the internet stays there forever.

Keep scrolling for the pictures, but I must warn you, some of them are extremely graphic...

Oh, Tyrese Gibson, what are you doing?

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This incident has really left so many people outraged, but mainly people in South Africa.

The Black Lives Matter movement is gaining traction like never before.

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Since the death of George Floyd, protests for the movement have been happening across the globe in volumes we've never seen before. But there are still people out here trying to tear it down as you'll see.

This kind of police brutality has been happening for centuries now...

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But George's death has sparked an outrage like never before.

Thousands upon thousands of people have been taking to the streets in protest...

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And they are all marching for one thing: For the blatant racism and injustice in this country to be brought to an end.

Many protests turned violent...

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But change needs to happen and, at the moment, this seems like the only way to make it happen.

Remarkably, however, they seem to be working.

Thanks to these riots, the Black Lives Matter movement is dominating global headlines, and it has completely taken over social media.

It has also taken over our streets...

For instance, a group of people painted large yellow letters saying "Black Lives Matter" down two blocks of 16th Street in D.C - a two-lane road that coincidentally leads to the White House.

Protests have been happening across the pond too...

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Hundreds of thousands of people have been taking to the streets in the United Kingdom, Germany, Spain, Canada, Australia, and New Zealand.

We are witnessing history in the making...

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And people are continuing to demand justice.

One of the most recent events is the tearing down of statues of slave traders and other controversial figures by protesters.

Just a few weeks ago, across the pond in the UK, a video went viral of protesters tearing down a statue of 17th Century slave trader Edward Colston and tossing it into a nearby river.

Colston was a slave trader.

Colston was Conservative MP for Bristol following his tenure as deputy governor of the Royal African Company. He is thought to have trafficked as many as 84,000 African men, women, and children, with an estimated 19,000 dying on their journey to the Caribbean and America.

A statue of Christopher Columbus in Virginia was another of those torn down and defaced. 

The statue was ninety-three years old and had been standing there to commemorate the Italian explorer.

Controversy has surrounded Columbus' name for many years now...

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His transatlantic voyages unlocked an entire continent for European colonization and turned the Italian explorer into a modern symbol of conquest and violence for native Americans.

But it seems as though some people are trying their best to re-write history.

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Cue Tyrese Gibson. The actor best known for his role in Fast and Furious has left his fans as well as everyone else outraged over his uneducated remarks about what is allegedly happening in South Africa.

In a four-picture post, Gibson showed us very badly photoshopped images/drawings...

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The first showed a group of white men in chains with a black slave-owner carrying a gun. The next one showed a white servant breastfeeding a black baby for a wealthy black woman. Another showed a white girl choosing from rows of only black dolls in a store And the last showed a group of Asian women getting pedicures from white workers.

And the caption read:

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"The flip....... Get to YouTube this is what's going on in South Africa......."

And the internet wasn't going to let this one slide, especially not South Africans.

This user just couldn't take Gibsons seriously.

And this user couldn't believe what he saw.

Why are people like this? It's because of men like Gibson that people then don't take the fight for equality seriously.

And even national celebrities jumped on him.

Bonang Matheba had her own comments for the actor. You tell him, girl!

And not to mention Jamie Foxx, who went off on him.

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Foxx was left dumbfounded by Gibson's horrendous claims and decided to publicly call him out on the matter.

He continued, writing this:

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He also couldn't believe he was claiming these absurd things.

And just when you thought he was done, he wasn't...

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But rather than responding, Gibson just remained quiet.

Within a few hours, the post was deleted but not before fans screenshot it to make sure he never forgets.

And rather than issuing an apology, he just lamely addressed the nation of South Africa.

Oh Tyrese, what are you doing?

Someone get this man some help. Imagine sending this to a whole entire nation after absolutely attacking them beforehand... Yikes.

Here's the graphic post in question:

If you want to read more about what other celebrities are doing for the Black Lives Matter movement, then keep scrolling...