Paul Walter Hauser Apologizes to Vin Diesel Over Recent ‘Mean-Spirited’ Comments | Paul Walter Hauser, Vin Diesel | Just Jared: Celebrity News and Gossip

Paul Walter Hauser is apologizing to Vin Diesel.

In a recent interview, Paul, 37, called out Vin, 56, claiming that the Fast & Furious actor was difficult to work with.

“Sorry, I love people, but when I hear stories about Hollywood actors who get paid really well and mistreat people, I out them constantly. And it’s a blast,” Paul said when a reporter compared him to Vin.

On Sunday (July 7), Paul took to Instagram to apologize to Vin for his “mean-spirited” comments.

Keep reading to find out more…“A few weeks back, I made a random comment about Vin Diesel,” Paul started. “It started somewhat humorous, but unraveled into me dogging him out over behavior I had heard about on multiple occasions from multiple sources.”

He continued, “I had done a night shoot on a Friday, gotten 1 hour of sleep, and then flew to LA from ATL at 6am to do a full day of press for Inside Out 2. I was exhausted and, in my fatigued state, I shot my mouth off and made a careless, needlessly mean-spirited, comment. That comment was recorded and then went viral.”

“Just here to say that I am sorry for having made that comment. I do indeed get riled up by some of the behavior I’ve witnessed, or heard about, and ‘outing’ people to any extent can feel momentarily satiating,” Paul explained.

“I no longer feel that way and am genuinely sorry for shooting my mouth off and not showing love to Vin, who I do not know and have never met,” Paul wrote. “It isn’t fair of me to make judgments of that kind, and even if some of those things turned out to be true, it is mean to shout them out and playfully attack someone. As a self-professed Christian, I need to do a better job of loving people and not trying to ‘right a wrong’, or allow my ego to posture itself with some sort of verbal flex. It just isn’t additive to our culture, and it can hurt other people.”

“@vindiesel – I apologize. Thank you for entertaining so many people and making them happy. I’m trying to do the same,” Paul concluded. “Time for me to be quiet. I sometimes talk myself into idiocy.”

As of right now, Vin has not publicly addressed Paul‘s initial comments or his apology.

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