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Vin Diesel Speaks at Paul Walker Memorial at Crash Site (Video)

Vin Diesel Speaks at Paul Walker Memorial at Crash Site (Video)

Vin Diesel makes an impromptu speech to the hundreds of fans standing vigil at the site where Paul Walker lost his life after attending a private memorial service on Monday night (December 2) in Santa Clarita, Calif.

The 46-year-old actor took over the loud speaker of a police car to send a message of love and thanks to the fans.

“I just want to say to all of you, if my brother were here right now and he saw all of the love you are bringing here,” Vin said. “If he could see for himself that all of you have shown up to show my brother love… at this hard time his family gets to see all of you show the love that you’ve shown Paul. It’s going to stay with me forever. I just wanted to say thank you. Thank you for coming down here and showing that angel up in heaven how much you appreciate him,”

Before the private memorial service for Paul‘s family and the cast and crew of the Fast & Furious series, police made fans vacate the area. A permit was obtained by Universal to shut down the streets surrounding the crash site from 7pm until 10pm for the service, according to THR.

Fast & Furious star Tyrese Gibson visited the crash site the day before and broke down in tears while standing vigil by the makeshift memorial.


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# 1

wow, tax payers paying for all this
if he wasn’t a big Hollywood actor he probably be arrested
maybe cops will let Vin play with their pistols too

# 3

@M: don’t know didn’t suck off Vin, maybe you can tell me

# 4

@shine u r the idiot of the day,congrats !!!!!

# 5

@az same thing your mom said the day you were born

# 6
You know its @ 12/03/2013 at 3:55 am

@shine wow ur a real ***** don’t worry @m people like this don’t belong on these sites

# 7
Joneblaze @ 12/03/2013 at 4:02 am

@SHINE looks like someone is bored and looking for a little internet attention

# 8

@ shine whooo u got me there,i know how wonderful i am, :-) u have to show what kind of human u r.sad little thing

# 9

@SHINE:

Piss off *****. If people werent acting like tools, videotaping every thing, the cops wouldnt need to be present and the roads wouldnt need to be closed. People need to gtfu!!!!

copper pot @ 12/03/2013 at 4:57 am

@Tara:
move to a communist country if you don’t like freedom of the press , send us note from there once you acclimate yourself and let us know how you like it !

@copper pot: Lmao!! True though!!

Bunch oh childish un-raised kids in here. Thoughts & prayers to family & friends. Rest in peace Paul & Roger

@SHINE: Totally agree dude! This wasn’t really necessary to block off and quarantine others for their selfish needs. Seriously, why even put out a video and photos to promote this tribute if they wanted it to be private??? You people are stupid. Let the milking of a fellow actor’s death begin-again.

@Joneblaze: People like you are stupid. Why did Vin put out this damn video then?

@Tara: You’re stupid too! Why on earth would they put out a video if they wanted it to be a private tribute? Block off everyone away, so they can do this? Are these celebrities so stuck up and high on their own egos? Why didn’t they do this tribute while his fans were there yesterday, and the day before? Explain.

Connie Falconeri @ 12/03/2013 at 7:47 am

@Maverick: #12

Bunch oh childish un-raised kids in here. Thoughts & prayers to family & friends. Rest in peace Paul & Roger.
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Yes, they are ill-mannered, disrespectful jack@ses.

RIP Paul and Roger.

Connie Falconeri @ 12/03/2013 at 7:50 am

SHINE @ 12/03/2013 at 2:57 am #1

wow, tax payers paying for all this
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What concern is it to you, you probably don’t pay taxes.

Hollywood is scarey, damn! RIP

@Jacko: You are stupid, wth? Vin did not put this video out, a fan recorded it and posted it on youtube.
There were hundreds of people at the site and the family just wanted a moment to grieve by themselves without cameras in their face and people staring, waiting to see their reaction like they did with Tyrese. Stop being so damn ignorant.

@jimmy:

Much like the Adam Lanza sociopaths that come here to enlighten us with their drivel.

Paul Walker was famous with famous friends and family. Because he was a celebrity, paparazzi and fans cannot respect when they just need to be left alone in silence to grieve. The fans had their day to pay tribute to him and now his family needed a moment to themselves and the only way to do that would be to block off the roads. It’s not as drastic as everyone is making it seem.
Maybe I’m a little more sympathetic because my family experienced something similar, but you people need to be a little more understanding.
Let’s say you lost someone and you wanted to mourn them for at least a little while, but you had cameras shoved in your face and people just staring at you like the whole thing was a show. It’s not okay, and it’s not fair.

just a thought @ 12/03/2013 at 10:25 am

Too much self promotion. Too much movie promotion. Same thing happen when that guy from Glee died. Look at me. Read my tweets. Look at how I am suffering because this person died.
RIP Paul Walker

Is it me? I find it a little morbid that people go to where he died instead of where he lived. It’s emotionally overpowering to stare at the exact site where he died so tragically…I don’t know why there is a need to feel that way…

mardi gras @ 12/03/2013 at 11:23 am

yes Jan I was a little taken aback by the fact they are having a memorial service at the crash site? Not sure how healthy that is for the son who already watched the car go up in flames.

mardi gras @ 12/03/2013 at 11:24 am

I mean I hate to just drive by the building where my mother died even now over a year later.

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