- Dwayne 'The Rock' Johnson took to social media to express his disappointment in a latest study
- The study named the Royal Family's Prince William as the World's Sexiest Bald Man
- Other social media users joined in on the fun and named other celebrities who could've won the title
American actor Dwayne 'The Rock' Johnson is not impressed with the fact that he lost the title of the World's Sexiest Bald Man to Prince William. A study by The Sun declared that Prince William is the sexiest bald man in the world, much to the shock of many social media users.
The Rock was not happy with this decision as well and he jokingly tweeted:
"How in the cinnamon toast f**k does this happen – when Larry David clearly has a pulse?!?!#demandingrecount"
A number of social media users joined in on the fun. Some were asking themselves how actors Stanley Tucci and The Rock had been snubbed for the title.
According to the study, Prince William is considered the sexiest bald man in the world because of the way he has been described by blogs and Google searches.
Check out the reactions from other social media users about the World's Sexiest Bald Man below:
"Ummm no the obvious winner should be Bruce Willis. It should always be Bruce Willis."
"This is too funny... What about Danny Devito? #allbaldheadsmatter"
"What happened to The Rock? Vin Diesel and Jason Statham? Really?"
Briefly.co.za previously reported that Dwayne Johnson’s college football rookie card sold for over R600k. Popular actor and former wrestler Dwayne 'The Rock' Johnson used to play college football in his day and some details have come to light about the value of his college rookie card.
Before Dwayne became a wrestler and a highly sought-after actor, he used to play college football at the University of Miami and he had actually hoped that he would play in the NFL one day.
The Super Bowl took place last night and some good news came Dwayne's way. He revealed that his college football rookie card sold for $45 000 (R672 000) after a total of 50 bids.
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