In a series of Instagram posts last November, Tyrese laid down an ultimatum regarding the upcoming ninth "Fast & Furious" film, stating that if Johnson appeared in it, he would quit. He also called the actor "selfish" for agreeing to a spinoff film with Jason Statham without considering Gibson's situation, referring to his custody dispute with his ex-wife Norma Mitchell. "Fast 9" was delayed to fast-track the spinoff.
While Gibson kept making public pleas for Johnson to call him, the actor told Cohen that they "haven't talked at all."
"Ya know, that whole thing with Tyrese, it was pretty disappointing because I'd been friends with Tyrese for a very long time," he continued. "I always feel like a beef requires two people to actually jump in it, and it was really one-sided, and he had voiced his opinion a lot on social media. Apparently, he was going through some stuff too in his personal life. We haven't talked and I don't see where we would, and to me, there's no need to have a conversation."
In another segment, he also said his spinoff will help bring some "more freshness and longevity" to the franchise and was "not quite too sure" whether he'll appear in the ninth film.
While most of their drama was in the ring, Johnson admitted there was some underlying tension between him and the fellow WWE star.
"I had left and he had done a series of interviews and I just felt ... somebody had referenced me and said 'Is Rock ever come back?" and he was saying, 'I'm not quite too sure,' and I didn't like how he said it and it stuck with me," Johnson said. "Years later when I went back, I talked to Vince McMahon and we thought what if we took that and created this thing and I said perfect. Once it was all done, like all silly beef like that, it was all cool."
"I think we squashed that," he added. "In a matter of fact, John is going to star in one of my movies that I'm producing. He's doing great, done great in his transition and really wants to work hard."
Johnson famously blasted at least one of his costars as "chicken s--t" and "candy asses" in a scathing social media post during production of "Fate of the Furious," a post which was later revealed to be about Vin. The situation escalated and when the movie came out, it didn't appear as though they filmed their scenes at the same time.
While Johnson confirmed that's what happened and told Rolling Stone that the two "have a fundamental difference in philosophies on how we approach moviemaking and collaborating," he wasn't as talkative with Cohen.
Andy's question about Vin: "What was the most unprofessional behavior you witnessed from Vin on set and will you ever film a scene again?" Johnson pled the fifth.
Cohen also asked about the actor calling out DJ Khaled for saying he doesn't "service his wife," telling him to rate his own abilities down there. "10 being amazing? I would be like 11. I was drinking that night when I tweeted, never drink and tweet. That's not good."
He ended the segment throwing some joking shade towards Kevin Hart, too, when asked to name one of the actor's movies he "did not care for." The answer was easy: "Every one but 'Jumanji' and 'Central Intelligence,' every one he's made without me, who gives a s--t?"
Johnson's latest movie -- without Kevin Hart but with Neve Campbell -- is in theaters now.