Matt Damon joked about Ben Affleck's rekindled romance with Jennifer Lopez on the Tuesday episode of SiriusXM's "The Jess Cagle Show."

During the interview, Cagle asked Damon, who was there to promote his upcoming film "Still Water," to weigh in on Lopez and Affleck's reunion, and the actor had the funniest response.

"You're very happy for Ben Affleck and Jennifer Lopez," Cagle told the actor. "I know you love getting asked about that."

"Right. But how else would I be? Like, would I be unhappy? Like, 'I hate true love,'" joked Damon. "It sucks. Yeah. Yeah. I wish them nothing, but you know, hardship," he added.

He appeared on "Extra" earlier this week and revealed he was truly happy for Affleck and Lopez for their renewed relationship. "He's [Affleck] the best," Damon said. "He deserves every happiness in the world. I’m glad for both of them."

Rumors about Affleck and Lopez started to surface in April, just weeks after the singer and ex-fiance Alex Rodriguez called off their engagement. Over the weekend, Lopez made their relationship official when she shared on her Instagram Stories a photo of them kissing on a yacht as she celebrated her 52nd birthday together in France.

Damon is a longtime friend of Affleck. In 1998, they co-wrote and co-starred in "Good Will Hunting," which landed them an Oscar. After almost 25 years, they are set to co-star once again in the upcoming movie "The Last Duel."

Discussing his collaboration with Affleck after more than 20 years, Damon said he had a lot of fun. "We actually kind of figured out how to write a lot more efficiently this time," he said.

Damon also looked back on their collaboration on "Good Will Hunting," saying, "We didn't know what we were doing. It took us a long time because we were just kind of winging it, but we’ve learned a thing or two in the last 30 years, and so it was a more professional process this time around."

Matt Damon and Ben Affleck The rumor that Matt Damon is distancing himself from Ben Affleck has been debunked. Pictured: The Hollywood actors attending the premiere of Warner Bros. Pictures’ “Live By Night” at TCL Chinese Theatre in Hollywood, California on Jan. 9, 2017. Photo: Frazer Harrison/Getty Images