Jonah Hill took to Instagram over the weekend to slam an outlet for writing a headline suggesting that he has a feud with a "Star Wars" fictional character named Grogu, who is popularly known as Baby Yoda.

The 38-year-old actor shared a screenshot of the headline and featured image that had his and Baby Yoda's closeup. "Jonah Hill Says Leonardo DiCaprio Forced Him To Watch 'The Mandalorian' But 'I Didn't Give A F--,'" reads the headline in the photo.

"LOL is there anything cornier than literally all media," Hill captioned the photo. "They’re literally trying to create beef between me and Baby Yoda."

"I’m getting ahead of it. I wanna say this once on the record officially: Baby Yoda and I are dear friends and text at least once a week," he wrote jokingly.

The actor further wrote that he and Baby Yoda do not exchange texts on daily basis, considering the fact that the COVID-19 pandemic has "put a strain" on their friendship. "But we are all good. And that’s all I will say on this matter! Now please respect our privacy at this time," "The Wolf of Wall Street" actor concluded the post.

Actress Natasha Lyonne took to the comments section to go along with Hill's sense of humor of taking the headline literally and wrote, "Wow. Really messed up what you did to Baby Yoda" while actress Madeline Brewer commented, "idk man i’m team baby yoda on this one u did him dirty."

Actor Ian Fidance commented, "F--k yeah dude team baby yodes team leo all day!!! Would there be anything better than just posting up in a theater with blankets, lightsabers, and your boys just rockin out to Star Wars??"

The news outlet shared the article after Hill spoke with W Magazine last week stating, "Leo made me watch ‘The Mandalorian’ when we were making ‘Don’t Look Up,’ and it was like, Baby Yoda was so cute, but I just didn’t give a f* because I didn’t know anything that it was about."

On the work front, Hill was recently featured in the Netflix movie, "Don't Look Up," alongside Meryl Streep and Jennifer Lawrence, which was dropped on Dec. 5, 2021. He will be next seen in an untitled Kenya Barris' comedy which is slated to release this year.

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Actor Jonah Hill arrives at the 2014 Vanity Fair Oscars Party in West Hollywood, Calif., March 2, 2014. Reuters/Danny Moloshok