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Vin Diesel sings another tribute to Paul Walker

The late actor's co-star is still in mourning. Poor Vin

By Verinia Khoo | Published: 22 May 2015

The ever continuing process of healing...All love...

Posted by Vin Diesel on Wednesday, 20 May 2015
Video: VinDiesel/Facebook

We all know Vin Diesel took Paul Walker's death the hardest among all his Fast & Furious co-stars. Not only has he posted multiple tributes to the late actor, he even named his daughter after him. 

Even now, it seems Vin's grief is still raw. On Wednesday, the hunky actor posted a video on Facebook of himself singing a slowed-down rendition of Tove Lo's Habits (Stay High). He captioned the post "The ever continuing process of healing... All love..."

In the clip, we see Vin standing at the microphone as he belts out the song while images of him and Paul flash on the screen behind him. If this doesn't get you teary-eyed, we don't know what will. Stay strong, Vin Diesel.

Related: Michelle Rodriguez went "crazy" after Paul Walker's death
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