By Sandra Rose  | 

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Tyrese Gibson is mourning the loss of his beloved mother Priscilla Murray, who died Monday after a battle with double pneumonia. Ms. Murray also tested positive for Covid-19 while hospitalized in ICU.

The grieving singer/actor posted a video of himself crying while holding his mother's hand on Monday. He captioned the post:

"On behalf of my family and everyone who ever spent anytime praying for my mother This is the saddest moment of my life... My sweet Valentine just passed away... May the lord Jesus Christ and his angels open the doors of heavens and embrace her... We as a family are broken and just can't believe this... May the lord Jesus Christ honor your walk with him and embrace you into the heavens..."

Gibson continued:

"From here on I ask that you HOLD MY HAND MOTHER and never let my hand go... Like you held my hand as a child and a teen never let my hand go mother..."

The Fast & Furious star also gave thanks to legendary jazz musician Kenny G, who played "Forever in Love" during an Instagram Live for Gibson and his ailing mom while in the hospital.

"Dear @kennyg I will never ever forget what you did for our beloved mother you sent her into the heavens with the perfect melody... I am going to watch this clip over and over and remember that you sent her into the heavens on the sweetest Melodies..."

Tyrese announced his mother's hospitalization in an Instagram post on February 7.

"My mother is in a coma, in ICU, with Pneumonia and she caught Covid they got her so sedated she can't breathe or even eat on her own. This has been going on all week I haven't posted [I'm doing it this time cause I feel helpless this is my cry for help. Please guys praise you pray and even write out the prayers in the comments so that me and my family can read and be encouraged. I feel helpless and need my prayer warriors to cover my mother please please keep her father God she's got so much more to do…"

Gibson, 43, is the youngest of his mother's four children.