Michelle Rodriguez clarifies 'Fast & Furious' comments in new video
Actress Michelle Rodriguez, who had threatened to leave the \"Fast & Furious\" franchise because of its treatment of women, has now called her co-star Vin Diesel the \"biggest supporter of strong women\".
Los Angeles: Actress Michelle Rodriguez, who had threatened to leave the "Fast & Furious" franchise because of its treatment of women, has now called her co-star Vin Diesel the "biggest supporter of strong women".
In a video posted on Diesel's Instagram account, Rodriguez clarified that her recent comments were not directed at the actor, who is also a producer on the "Fast and Furious" films, reported Entertainment Weekly. "Vin, for many years you've been the biggest supporter of strong women," Rodriguez said in the video. "I've always appreciated that about you throughout the years.
Just know that if I ever post anything, that it's not you I'm talking to." Diesel, who kissed Rodriguez on the forehead mid-video, responded to the actress' words with a laugh. "Of course it's not me!" he said. In the caption of the post, Diesel added, "Proud of Our saga but we must try to reach higher each time.
The challenge is what makes it fun and exciting. It's also why this saga has reached the level that it has you have been the best fans in film history and we are forever grateful. Dom and Letty."