Have Vin Diesel and Dwayne Johnson left their feud in the dust?

Following the actors’ reported rift on the “Fate of the Furious” set, Vin wished his co-star a happy 45th birthday with a supportive social media post.

“To look back at what we have accomplished. Shoulder to shoulder, against impossible odds. Proud,” he wrote on Tuesday, captioning an Instagram photo of him and Dwayne smiling face-to-face.

“Happy Birthday Hobbs,” he added, as a nod to Dwayne’s character in the “Fast & Furious” series.

The gesture comes after months of speculation that the action stars had beef while filming their latest installment in the blockbuster franchise.

Last August, Dwayne shared a candid Facebook post in which he called out unnamed “chicken s***” male co-stars for not being “true professionals” during filming.

Many assumed that the message was directed at Vin, who cleared the air about his and Dwayne’s relationship in an interview with USA Today last month.

“I don’t think the world really realizes how close we are, in a weird way,” he told the paper, before sharing his thoughts on Dwayne’s colorful choice of words.

“I don’t think that was his intention. I know he appreciates how much I work on this franchise. In my house, he’s Uncle Dwayne,” Vin added.

While Dwayne has yet to publicly acknowledge Vin’s birthday greeting, he did reveal other well-wishes he received from a special loved one.

Sharing an Instagram photo of himself cradling 1-year-old daughter Jasmine in his lap, Dwayne told followers how his baby girl honored her dad’s big day.

“This lil’ mama surprised me by runnin’ into my arms and yelling ‘Daaaahdeeeeee,'” he captioned the shot, also revealing his take on what Jasmine was really trying to say.

“Which in my mind clearly means, ‘Happy birthday daddy! You’re the coolest daddy on the planet and the sexiest man alive, now go crush your workout and keep stayin’ woke,'” he joked.

“The Fate of the Furious” has already zoomed past box office records, surpassing $1 billion at the global box office in just its first two weeks of release.

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Vin Diesel Shares ‘Proud’ Birthday Message For Dwayne Johnson