Watch Charlize Theron Throw Epic Shade at Tia Mowry Over That Soul Cycle Incident

The actress pulled a Mariah Carey.

Sister, Sister star Tia Mowry spoke out back in 2014 about an unfriendly exchange she had with Atomic Blonde actress Charlize Theron, claiming she was rude to her during a run-in at SoulCycle.

Now, years later, the South African star is addressing Tia's alleged claims, and she expressed that they're all untrue and even added that she doesn't even remember meeting Tia, in the first place.

This was all sparked by Mowry's claims a few years back where she said the actress "wasn't very nice" to her.

"I said, 'Hi,' and she actually rolled her eyes and said, 'Oh, my God,'" Mowry reportedly told In Touch. "I wasn't over the top. I know how to approach another celebrity. Charlize was just mean. I'm just being honest."

According to Dish Nation, once word of Mowry's comments reached Theron, she became "so pissed off" that she had the former child star banned from their spin classes.

While appearing on Andy Cohen's Watch What Happens Live, Theron addressed the messy situation during the infamous "Plead the Fifth" segment. When asked about what really happened, Theron jokingly started, "What a bitch."

"Well, you can't go by that," she continued, referencing the tabloid that broke the story. "I'm really nice at SoulCycle actually, because once my endorphins kick in, I'm actually almost too friendly. I'm always touching people, like, 'Hey!'"

After adding that she didn't even remember seeing the former The Game actress, she said, "I'm not an eye-roller, but I would be like, f**k off."

Take a look at her comments, in full, below:

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