Shemar Moore Gives Rare Neener Neener Commentary

Posted: 08/16/2016 in Uncategorized

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Shemar Moore after Thomas Gibson firing: ‘I believe in karma’

I don’t normally post gossip but as Moore has done some DC voice work and this story is far more interesting than the show itself, I made an exception.  REC

Shemar Moore and Thomas Gibson. (WENN.COM)

WENN.COM

Aug 15, 2016

, Last Updated: 12:09 PM ET

Shemar Moore has weighed in on the firing of his former Criminal Minds co-star Thomas Gibson, calling his dismissal an act of karma.

The 54-year-old, who has portrayed FBI agent Aaron Hotchner since the show began in 2005, was suspended from the drama after he allegedly kicked a writer in the leg during an altercation in July.

He was subsequently written out of a couple of episodes for the show’s upcoming 12th season, which airs in the U.S. in September, and Gibson’s suspension was made permanent on Friday.

In a clip posted on Instagram by Moore on Saturday and deleted shortly afterwards, the actor implied the fired star got what he deserved, according to The Hollywood Reporter.

“Lot of birdies chirping out there; the gossip is real,” he said in the video. “I hear it. I see it. I’m sure a lot of you do, too, so I’ll just say this: I believe in karma. Good things happen to good people. Honest people. Hard-working people. Humble people. People who believe in basic goodness. People who believe in themselves. People who believe in others. “Good things will happen to you; it’s not always easy; but you gotta grind it out and you gotta believe in you. Treat people how yo expect them to treat you. Celebrate yourself; celebrate your blessings – as you should. But just know that you’re not better than anybody. We all have our own gifts, so unwrap them bad boys and show ‘em off. But then appreciate other people’s gifts. Church is over,” he added.

Moore and Gibson co-starred on the CBS drama for 11 seasons before Moore decided to exit the drama last season and was subsequently written out of the series.

The Hollywood Reporter claims Moore had a tempestuous relationship with Gibson, who tightly scheduled his filming and directing duties on Criminal Minds so he could fly home to his family in San Antonio, Texas. Gibson was reportedly often upset when Moore turned up late to filming.

The fired actor has now hired a top law firm to pursue possible legal claims against the show’s producers, the publication reports. Lawyer Skip Miller confirmed to The Hollywood Reporter that he and partner Sasha Frid have begun representing Gibson and are evaluating whether they have a case.

 

Source: Wenn/Canoe.ca

 

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