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Dwayne "The Rock" Johnson; well, who doesn't know this incredible tough looker? He is not only a wrestling champion but also a renowned action star. Dwayne was the first highest paid actor in the world's record who got US $5.5 million for his starring role.
From a wrestler to one of the highest paid star, we all have seen his remarkable journey, but maybe none of you know how he feels about his family, and what kind of bond they share between them.
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.. how he feels about his family is mostly unknown.
He wrote: Early AM flight and I'm sitting across from my mom, when out of the blue, she looks around the plane, then looks at me and says, "Son, I can't believe the life I have… grandma and grandpa would be so proud." I asked her, "Are you happy ma?"
To the moment Rock says, "I'm shaking my head and smiling quietly (as my mom blows her nose;), because she just told me she's happy. And y'all know when our parents tell us they're happy, it's so satisfying for us, because it means we've done a good job for them as their kids".
Further he wrote, Happy Mother's Day to my amazing mom who will no doubt kill me for posting this crying pic. #EnjoyBreakfastMom #GratefulTears #TryNotToCryInTheEggs.
Not only for the mother, but The Rock also has a soft corner for his grandmother. He said, "In Samoan culture, we have a very special dance called the "Taualuga" where the woman dances, and she's honored by the men who dance around her out of love and great respect. On my grandmother's 80th birthday she danced her Taualuga while I proudly danced around her while she laughed and beamed with pride."
Dwayne Johnson, also added, My grandmother, Lia Maivia was a strong-willed, highly respected and tough pioneer in the world of pro wrestling, becoming wrestling's first successful female promoter. But when we hit hard times and were evicted from our apartment, shortly after that my grandmother became homeless. When I finally could afford it, I bought her a place of her very own that she LOVED. I would always ask her after that, "Grandma, are you happy?
After few months to the above picture was taken, Dwayne's grandma passed away. "I know we all experience loss and it's so tough to deal with… but for the rest of my life I'll be grateful for the one of a kind lessons only our grandparents can teach us."
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