Amid all this Fast and the Furious drama where Tyrese Gibson threw some serious shade at Dwayne "The Rock" Johnson for doing a spin-off film, Tyrese now claims that there is no beef and he's not hating on Dwayne.

TMZ caught up with Tyrese, who was lounging in a limo and asked the actor about the upcoming movie that's set to hit theatres in two years.

"I don't know what they're doin'. Everybody coming at me like I'm hating on Dwayne about his spinoff, I'm not. The truth is I just wish he was releasing it at a different time." Tyrese is the first and only cast of the franchise that has shared negative remarks of the upcoming film, which kind of contradicts his claim in saying he's not "hating on Dwayne."

"It's not a conflict, it's just... Fate of the Furious is like a holiday. The Fast and the Furious family, the fans, the tribe, the people that been rocking with us for 16 years. Pushing our release date back, it's only happened one-time in the history of The Fast and the Furious when we lost our brother Paul Walker." 

Tyrese continues to question why it's being pushed back saying he has a problem with Dwayne because "it appears that he's being selfish, it appears that he's so focused on furthering his own self-interest."

At the end of the video, Tyrese just looks at the camera and says, "It's fucked up."

Dwayne hasn't officially come back at Tyrese with a response to his opinion, but he did post a video to Instagram that was taken as a subliminal shot to his co-star. In the video, Dwayne is seen working out with chains draped around his neck where he looks at the camera and says, "Big dogs eat, little crying puppies stay on the porch."

This may have shut Tyrese up for now, but only time will tell. As for the film's spin-off, it will be written by Chris Morgan and follows Dwayne's F9 character, Luke Hobbs, and Jason Statham's character, Deckard Shaw. Details on the script haven't been revealed, but it's set to be released in July 2019.