Not everybody from the Transformers franchise has a beef with Megan Fox.
"Of course I miss Megan," the actress' former costar Tyrese tells Pop Eater. "Megan is a sweet girl. I've never had an issue with her. It's always been good. I know people are talking a lot of mess about her, but I just hope she has a strong stomach."
"Having a franchise that she's been a part of from the beginning, and not being able to have her on board is probably the most difficult," he adds. "Sometimes things don't work out, but I wish her well. In business, her career, her personal life. She's a sweet girl."
Fox, 25, often criticized director Michael Bay for his "aggressive" behavior during the first two films -- but she wasn't the only one who endured his tirades.
"He's very aggressive with himself. Very demanding of himself. He has very high expectations of not just the cast, but the crew," Tyrese, 32, said. "He's cursed me out a few times. I cursed him out back. I don't really curse people out in person. I tend to do it through email. He curses me out in person."
Still, Tyrese added that Fox's replacement, Rosie Huntington-Whiteley, helped liven up the third installment. "It's the best Transformers in the series, hands down. The scope, magnitude, focus, adrenaline. All across the board," he boasts. "Michael Bay and the team, we really hit it out of the park this time, and we did it just for you."