Vin Diesel is finally talking...kind of.

The Fast and Furious star took to Instagram late Wednesday to check in with fans after wrapping up filming on the set of Fast 8. In a video, Vin talks about his daughter, Pauline, who learned a new word while he was working on xXx: The Return of Xander Cage and Fast 8. He also seems to address the ongoing drama with Dwayne "The Rock" Johnson.

"After being on set since literally Christmas to finally finally finally come home and to learn that your little angel learned new word. I'm going to have to share it with you. It's more important than anything," he said to the camera. "Her new word kind of describes my spirit and my soul and most people who stay positive. The new word is 'happy.' When I heard her say happy I just lit up with words I can't even describe."

After discussing Pauline's new vocabulary addition, Vin became very serious and put on what we assume was his best villain/Scar impression before telling fans to sit tight. "All right so give me a second and I will tell you everything," he said in a very throaty voice, exaggerating the final part of the statement. "Everything." 

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Fans will just have to wait and see if the actor releases another video. Vin's video comes after The Rock went on a Facebook rant about "chicken s--t" men working with him on the action-packed franchise. Although he didn't name anyone specifically, Tyrese released a statement taking himself out of the running. Many wondered if Vin was the subject of his frustrated tirade.

On Wednesday, Johnson shared another message that served to clear the air. "You guys reading this know how much I believe in the idea of team effort. That means respecting every person, their time and their value when they step onto my set or partner with our production company. And like with any team, that's a family, there's gonna be conflict," he wrote on Instagram.

"Family is gonna have differences of opinion and fundamental core beliefs. To me, conflict can be a good thing, when it's followed by great resolution. I was raised on healthy conflict and welcome it. And like any family, we get better from it."

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