He famously got into it with Vin Diesel on set of Fast 8 back in August 2016.And it seems like t is no love lost between Dwayne ‘The Rock’ Johnson and his co-star.

Johnson told the music publication that their disagreement had to do with professionalism as he explained: ‘Vin and I had a few discussions, including an important face-to-face in my trailer.

He made sure to address w his relationship is with Diesel currently as he said: ‘I wish him all the best, and I harbor no ill will t, just because of the clarity we have.

The flames were fueled again a few months ago when co-star Tyrese Gibson blamed the spinoff for Fast & Furious 9 being delayed until 2020.Murmurs of problems between the film stars sprouted in August 2016 after the normally-upbeat Johnson took to Facebook to grouse about his experience filming the forthcoming installment in the action anthology.

Speaking to the newspaper, Diesel said that ‘some things may be blown out of proportion’ in his interactions with Johnson, noting that he didn’t believe Johnson’s ‘intention’ was to kickstart a war between the two.

In my house, he’s Uncle Dwayne,’ said Diesel, who’s also a producer on the franchise.

Dwayne Johnson only has one big brother in this film world and that’s me.

One TMZ report indicated that Johnson was frustrated with some of Diesel’s on-set maneuverings, notably his work schedule, as he didn’t want to start shooting until after 10 a.m.A source told the New York Post that Johnson ‘thinks Vin’s disrespectful – and he is,’ adding that the A-list star, with his sweltering career, ‘was the only one who could legitimately stand up and bust’ on Diesel for the perceived slights.

At the time the paper noted that while Johnson was conspicuously absent from promoting the movie at CinemaCon in Las Vegas, despite previously promoting two of his other films at the Sin City convention: Baywatch and Jumanji.