The Furious 7 star made her feelings clear when she was asked about Seth Rogen's recent comments, in which he jokingly suggesting he is responsible for the gender wage discussion because details about leading actress' earnings were exposed in the 2014 Sony Pictures hacking scandal, which came after the release of his controversial movie The Interview.

Michelle fully agrees women are paid less than their male counterparts, but she explains she doesn't "complain" about it because there's little she can do.

"That's the world we live in," she tells "It's a patriarchal society."

"Yes, I get paid a lot less than my colleagues," she continues. "I don't complain. I'm not gonna whine about it. It's like being born a slave. It's like, 'Aw, damn, darn my luck.' You know? I wish I was born somewhere else or maybe some other way, but it is what it is." (I don't care) about money or power."

The 37-year-old is the latest celebrity to offer up her thoughts on the Hollywood hot topic, after the hacking scandal revealed leading ladies Jennifer Lawrence and Amy Adams were paid significantly less than their male co-stars on American Hustle.

Following the controversy, Lawrence penned a candid essay admitting she blamed herself for failing to demand a fair wage for her work on acclaimed comedy drama, while Charlize Theron decided to take action and demand to be paid the same amount as her Snow White and the Huntsman co-star Chris Hemsworth for the film's sequel, The Huntsman: Winter's War.

The wage revelation also prompted similar tales of pay troubles from stars including Sienna Miller, Sharon Stone and Sandra Bullock.