Dwayne Johnson made statements about his disagreement with Vin Diesel, another star of Fast and Furious. Vanity FairSpeaking to . The actor said, “I wanted to give up drama. It was the best thing to do, for everyone…”
The debate between the two yet in 2016 It started with The Rock calling his unnamed “male co-stars” “sugar donkeys”, implying that they were cowards. In the interview, Johnson explained the phrase “sugar donkey” as “It’s something you don’t want to happen. The best definition I can give for a sugar donkey is: I realized that life is a lot easier without a nonsense person. Sugar donkeys are also nonsense types.”
Johnson said he shouldn’t have posted that Instagram post from 2016, but he stands behind his view. The actor also said that the film crew agreed with the statements in that post and said, “It’s as if all the crew members somehow reached out to me and thanked me silently or sent me a note to that effect.”
The two actors apparently had a talk at Johnson’s trailer, and Johnson said, “It’s clear we’re people on opposite ends of the spectrum. We’ve decided to drop the subject at this point.”
Diesel spoke about the conflict earlier this summer He told Johnson and Johnson that he “showed tough love to push his performance up” and that’s how the tension between the two started.
Responding to these words, Johnson said, “I enter all projects with my dedication. If I feel like there is something that needs to be taken care of, I do that too. It’s that simple. So when I read those words, I laughed a lot like everyone else. I laughed a lot. We all laughed.”
It seems that this discussion will raise more water because Johnson has announced that he will not act in the next two Fast and Furious films, 10 and 11. However, the actor He also said that a sequel about 2019’s Fast & Furious Presents: Hobbs & Shaw is in development..
Logan Plant is a freelance writer at MRT.
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