The 54-year-old actor, who performs Dominic Toretto within the films, prolonged an olive department on Sunday by sharing an open letter on Instagram directed at his former co-star.
“My little brother Dwayne… the time has come,” he wrote alongside an image of the pair dealing with one another. “The world awaits the finale of Quick 10.”
Diesel went on to say his kids nonetheless confer with Johnson as “Uncle Dwayne,” regardless of their well-documented rift. “There may be not a vacation that goes by that they and you do not ship effectively needs,” he added.
Johnson, 49, made his debut as federal agent Luke Hobbs in 2011’s “Quick 5” and reprised his function for the sixth, seventh and eighth installments of the franchise earlier than touchdown his personal spin-off, “Hobbs & Shaw.”
The pair’s feud erupted in 2016, in the course of the ultimate weeks of filming 2017’s “The Destiny Of The Livid.” On the time, Johnson posted a photograph on his verified Instagram account — which he has since eliminated — during which he slammed unnamed male co-stars.
“Some (male co-stars) conduct themselves as get up males and true professionals, whereas others do not,” Johnson wrote on the time.
“It was a tricky character to embody, the Hobbs character,” he mentioned. “My method on the time was a number of powerful love to help in getting that efficiency the place it wanted to be.”
“I swore that we’d attain and manifest one of the best Quick within the finale that’s 10,” he continued, in his message to Johnson. “I say this out of affection… however you have to present up, don’t depart the franchise idle you have got a vital function to play. Hobbs cannot be performed by no different. I hope that you simply rise to the event and fulfill your future.”
CNN has contacted Johnson’s representatives for remark.
CNN’s Lisa Respers France contributed to this report.