The actor and his "Jungle Cruise" co-star Emily Blunt participated in the latest edition of Wired's Autocomplete Interview. In the video, which was posted on Monday, the two answered commonly Googled questions about themselves, such as what was Blunt's first movie and how Johnson got his nickname of "The Rock."
However, the final question, directed at Johnson, threw a little shade at the "Moana" star's physique.
"What's wrong with The Rock's abs?" Blunt said, reading the question, to which Johnson burst into laughter. "That's so f---ed up," he quipped.
Agreeing with her co-star, Blunt replied, "That is f---ed up! Who wrote that? What is wrong with them?"
Johnson pointed out that there's "nothing wrong" with his abs, before explaining why fans may wonder why his abs look a little different. "I think because on Instagram, all of these Instagram fitness models have these incredible, six, eight, 12, 24-pack stomachs," he said.
"You don't have a six-pack?" Blunt asked, to which Johnson replied, "No, I got like a five and a half pack, sometimes a four and a half pack."
The "Jumanji" star said he was injured in that area during a WWE match and had to undergo a triple hernia "emergency surgery."
"I tore, in a wrestling match, I tore the top of my quad off my pelvis," Johnson recalled. "It went bang in a wrestling match and then what that did, that caused a chain reaction and it tore my abdomen wall."
"I had to do a triple hernia emergency surgery of a tear, a tear and a tear," he said.
"Now, they look pretty messed up," Blunt said and Johnson added, "Yeah, so they're not like perfect abs."
Blunt told the camera that it's "not [Johnson's] fault," asking the Googlers, "What's wrong with your abs? Where are your abs, you know?"
After Johnson continued to repeat details from his accident -- jokingly calling out the "f---ing a--holes" who had searched about his abs -- Blunt said, "You have freaked him out now!"
Watch it all go down and find out the answers to more commonly-asked questions above.