Brian Austin Green is mocking unflattering comments his ex recently said about him… or so it seems.
On his recent "…with Brian Austin Green" podcast, the "Beverly Hills, 90210" star appeared to reference Vanessa Marcil while jokingly describing his attributes.
"I'm just angry," Brian laughed. "I'm angry and I'm sad all the time. And I just don't know what to do about it. I'm more angry today, I don't know why. My temper it's legendary."
Continuing to sarcastically claim, "If you check around the industry, I'm known as the angry, sad guy. And the diva on set. They're just complete opposites, being angry and sad, like, they don't seem like they would mix together."
Brian's co-host Derek Russell also seemed to make reference to Vanessa's recent comments that she never loved Brian, despite having dated from 1999-2003 and sharing a child, Kassius.
"I've been there for you every step of the way, but I never loved you, Brian," Derek said. "I never loved you."
Brian, wryly said, "That's a shame."
The sarcastic comments came just a few weeks after Vanessa's Sept. 11 Instagram post, in which she spoke of her plans to fly on Sept. 11, 2001. She referenced Brian in the story, as he was driving her to the airport when the planes stuck the World Trade Center twin towers.
"I think you still love Brian Austin Green," a fan responded.
"I was never in love with him but I am very proud of the fact that my son loves his dad unconditionally and has chosen to forgive," Vanessa said, referring to past comments in which she said Kassius had been "cut out" of Brian's life.
"I celebrate Kassius' love for his father and remain extremely grateful that Kass was finally invited back into his father's life and was able to meet his youngest brother for the first time & finally start seeing his other two siblings again," she wrote, according to Us Weekly. "5 years apart with no explanation is devastating for children. For siblings. My son is also an incredible & protective big brother."
She continued, "That was part of his anger towards me and so the reason why he fought me for so long knowing it would hurt our son & change our son forever. I did however feel sorry for him. I still do. He's a very angry/sad human being who still has too much shame to take full responsibility for his actions as a father. I consciously knew that I could work through childhood traumas through him and I have. I have great empathy towards him and other people who are still in pain from their childhoods."