A bizarre video posted by Tyrese Gibson to his Facebook page has attracted the attention of the police. Watch it here:

Credit: Tyrese Gibson/Facebook

The footage was captured in the living room of Gibson's Los Angeles home and sees comedian Michael Blackson bound up on the 2 Fast 2 Furious actor's couch.

Blackson called out the 38-year-old actor earlier this month, over his public feud with Dwayne 'The Rock' Johnson, saying he was 'no longer considered black'.

However, Gibson appears to have got the last laugh by 'kidnapping' him, saying in the video: "N****s always trying to be funny. N****s don't know how to shut the fuck up.See the problem is shit is funny until it ain't funny no more."

He then lambasts the Ghanaian-born comic for 'kicking him while he [was] down' and 'disrespecting' his daughter.

Gibson then squirts baby oil over him and gets a sidekick to rub it in, before calling his two dogs into the room as Blackson begins whimpering.

Kidnapping Tyrese Gibson

Credit: Tyrese Gibson/Facebook

Gibson warns Blackson that his dog could attack him whenever he wants. He then continues puffing on his cigar and eating ramen while Al Green's 'Love and Happiness' plays in the background.

People on social media weren't shy about how fucking confused they were by the video.

One person wrote: "I didn't find nothing funny about that. Disturbing to me. Stay off social media, and focus on your daughter Tyrese."

Tyrese Gibson

Credit: Tyrese Gibson/Facebook

Another said: "More evidence for the court to see just how unstable you are! Seek professional help, get off social media."

TMZ reports the LAPD received a number of calls from concerned people after the video was posted at 3am local time. Security guards reportedly told the police that the whole thing was a joke and they were just playing around.

Sources: TMZ

Featured Image Credit: Tyrese Gibson/Facebook​

Stewart Perrie

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