"The Rock," one of greatest professional wrestlers of all time, is revisiting his past to address his ongoing feud with actor and filmmaker Vin Diesel, whom he called a "candy-ass" during their "Fast of the Furious" taping back in 2018, an incident he now said wasn’t his best day.

In his recent interview, Dwayne Johson, 49, admitted that aiming at the series mainstay saw him get ahead of himself, noting he doesn't usually go around lashing out publicly about what gets into his nerves, according to the Independent

“But, yeah, it wasn’t my best day to share that. I shouldn’t have shared that. Because at the end of the day, that goes against my DNA. I don’t share things like that," he said of his now-deleted post in 2016, which slammed his a male co-actor for being unprofessional and "too chicken s**t to do anything about it anyway."

He would go further to tag the initially unidentified Hollywood figure as a " candy-ass." 

The Rock said whatever he said then stays true at this point but regretted sharing it way too publicly, which sparked a "firestorm" given that the media was already aware at the time that Johnson and Diesel tend to butt heads due to unsettled differences.

“I meant what I said. For sure. I mean what I say when I say it. But to express it publicly was not the right thing to do.” the actor said. “Yet interestingly enough [it was] as if every single crew member found their way to me and either quietly thanked me or sent me a note.

Complex noted that Johnson only agreed to return to "The Fate of the Furious," the eighth installment of the series, on the basis that he would not have to share a scene with Diesel so they could “forgo drama."

The "Baywatch" actor revealed his “#ZeroToleranceForCandyAsses” Instagram post in 2016 was sparked by the "same old sh*t" happening over again and nothing new.

Previously, he clapped back at the "Bloodshot" star’s “tough love” claims in July during an interview, which he said gave him a good laugh. 

“I think everyone had a laugh at that,” Johnson said. “And I’ll leave it at that. And that I’ve wished them well. I wish them well on Fast 9. And I wish them the best of luck on Fast 10 and Fast 11 and the rest of the Fast & Furious movies they do that will be without me.” 

dwayne johnson and vin diesel The Rock said whatever he said then stays true at this point but regretted sharing it way too publicly, which sparked a "firestorm" given that the media was already aware at the time that Johnson and Diesel tend to butt heads due to unsettled differences. Buda Mendes Getty Images