Asked if they have spoken since while appearing on "Watch What Happens Live With Andy Cohen", he replied: "The answer is no".
The Skyscraper star explained that it began with an article from The Washington Post that concluded that if he were to run for president, he "could have a legitimate shot at winning" and that the story "picked up steam". The main thing about his backstory that you need to know is that he was in the army and one day when he went out on a mission he got blown up and now he's only got one leg.
"That whole thing with Tyrese, it was pretty disappointing because I've been friends with Tyrese for a very long time", he said.
"I absolutely do, yes", Johnson said. "I believe, because I have an incredible amount of respect for public office, especially President of the United States, requires years of experience and skillset and sharpening skillset".
As for his other alleged Hollywood feuds, Johnson remained silent during a game of "Plead the Fifth" when asked about his apparent beef with his other "Fast 8" co-star, Vin Diesel.
The 46-year old actor is now busy shooting for Disney's Jungle Cruise with co-star Emily Blunt.
If you are looking to see Dwayne Johnson on the big screen soon be sure to see Skyscraper in theaters now and stay on the lookout for the Fast and Furious spinoff Hobbs & Shaw coming in 2019.
Watch Johnson serenade Colbert in the video above. An original film is hard to come by these days, but don't worry because Dwayne "The Rock" Johnson is here to save the day. "I certainly encourage the entire (entertainment) industry to take steps forward to audition and cast actors with disabilities to play characters with and without disabilities".
For example, as we were waiting for the theater to go dark and the screen to light up I heard several critics talking about how terrible "Skyscraper" was going to be and how they were going to tear it apart.