A day later, Cruz's spokesperson sent a statement to Fox, which included a dig at President Biden too.
"We know Sen. Cruz is busy fighting to save the country from Biden's disastrous policies," it read. "It's surprising to see that he's living rent free in Seth Rogen's head at the same time."
Although those could be interpreted as fighting words, Rogen claimed the pair's recent Twitter arguments were not enough to be called a "feud."
"Feud implies equal ground," Rogen explained to Stephen Colbert during Thursday's interview. "If someone's trying to murder someone with a baseball bat and someone is yelling that person to stop, is that a feud between the baseball bat-wielder and the person yelling at the baseball bat-wielder? I don't know if that's a feud. Feud implies two people hitting each other with baseball bats."
"He denies the reality of the election. His words caused people to die and I'm making jokes about it," he added. "Is that a feud?"
Colbert also asked Rogen -- a renowned marijuana enthusiast -- if smoking weed with Cruz might be a good thing.
"It would be beneficial to him because it would be humanizing in some way to hang out with me, I imagine," Rogen replied.
Cruz replied, "Charming, civil, educated response. @Sethrogen. If you're a rich, angry Hollywood celebrity, today's Dems are the party for you. If you're blue-collar, if you're a union member, if you work in energy or manufacturing ... not so much. #JobsMatter"
"Haha get f----- fascist," Rogen followed up. "Go encourage a white supremacist insurrection again you f------ clown."