Dwayne Johnson’s Daughter Has a Valuable Reaction When Fans Recognize Him

Dwayne Johnson went from a struggling superstar to one of Hollywood’s highest-paid and most sought-after stars on the big screen, with blockbusters in action movies, comedies and animated films.

To his fans he is ‘The Rock’.

But at home – at least as far as his two youngest daughters, 5-year-old Jasmine and 3-year-old Tiana are concerned – he is best known as Daddy.

However, as he revealed in an interview with TODAY’s Hoda Kotb Tuesday, one of his little girls realizes he’s famous. And given how she responds to people who recognize her father, she seems to have a sweet spot for his fans.

Related: The actor’s eldest daughter, Simone, graduated from high school and is going to New York University this fall.

“So what (Jasmine will) do now is if she gets wind that someone notices me – we’re in a park and kids notice or parents – she comes up to me and grabs me and she’ll go, ‘Daddy, come on They recognize you. Come, say hello. Come on, you’re The Rock!”” the 49-year-old explained. “So she pulls me to this family. And she says, ‘Here. This is my father.’ “

Hoda, who also has two young girls in the house, thought it was so cute she almost burst into tears, and even the big man said, “It’s the best.”

Papa tried to give Jasmine an idea of ​​what he does for a living a few years ago. In 2019, he told People magazine that he brought up the topic when they were watching “Moana” together at home, in which he portrays the character Maui.

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“I said, ‘You know, that’s Daddy’s voice, and I’m going to show it to you,'” he recalled. “Maui starts singing, and I start singing, and within 10 seconds she tries to put a pillow over my mouth and says, ‘You’re ruining the song.'”

Luckily for him, his toddler Tiana doesn’t mind if he sings like Maui.

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In fact, she can’t get enough of it. There’s only one catch – she still hasn’t made the connection that he… is Maui.

“And for the 937th time today, she wants Dad to sing along to Maui,” he wrote in an Instagram post last year. “She has no idea we’re the same person.”

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