Gibson posted videos of this view, including one of his wife, Samantha Lee Gibson, who appeared upset the Hawks fell to LeBron James’ Lakers 101-96.
“When your team lose..... It’s a long ride home..... #LakersOutHereKillinFirstGameIn5Years I’m over the moon right now thank you @kasimreed and @uluz3 y’all don’t even understand!!!!!! So very grateful!!!!” Gibson said. In his caption, he thanked former Atlanta Mayor Kasim Reed.
Between catching the game, Elba and Gibson posed together, smiling and appearing thick as thieves. The two seemed to have no beef despite Elba starring in Dwayne "The Rock"Johnson's "Fast and Furious" spin-off, "Hobbs and Shaw."
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In 2017, Gibson threatened to quit the long-running franchise if Johnson remained on board.
Yet in October 2019, Gibson said on “The Wendy Williams Show” he’s back for May 2020’s “Fast & Furious 9.” There, he confirmed The Rock is not in the sequel.
Meanwhile, Elba has been in and around Atlanta shooting the follow-up to “Suicide Squad.” He’s said to be taking over the role of Deadshot, played by Will Smith in the 2016 release. In November, photographers snapped Elba soaking in a Hawks game against the Toronto Raptors. The Hawks fell to the Raptors 119-116.