Dwayne 'The Rock' Johnson Celebrates Daughter Tia Giana's Birthday in Cute Post

Dwayne 'The Rock' Johnson Celebrates Daughter Tia Giana's Birthday in Cute Post

- Dwayne shared a cute photo of him and his daughter alongside a message praising her character

- The actor said his greatest joy is being her father and promised to always have her back

- The former wrestler noted his daughter had started understanding he's an actor, but her favourite one remains to be Aquaman

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Actor Dwayne The Rock Johnson has celebrated his young daughter, Tia Giana, as she turns three years old.

Dwayne The Rock Johnson Celebrates Daughter Tia Giana's Birthday in Cute Post: "I Always Got You"
Dwayne Johnson showered his young daughter with praise on her big day. Photo: therock.
Source: Instagram

The proud dad went on social media Sunday, April 18, sharing a cute snap of him and the little one alongside a sweet message.

The former wrestler noted his little angle is loving, kind tenacious but also tough like her mother.

He added that his greatest joy is being her dad and promised to always have her back.

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Dwayne quipped the little one had started to understand that he's Maui from the movie Moana and even asked if there was any way he knew her favourite actor, Aquaman. Lol.

He also shared a video watching the Aquaman movie with Tia and at some point asked her between him and Aquaman who is the coolest, and she hilariously replied, "Aquaman".

She even got a sweet birthday message on video from the Aquaman actor Jason Momoa after her dad reached out to him.

Her delight at hearing him speaking to her showed that she was the happiest girl in the world.

In other Dwayne Johnson news, the thespian was recently delighted after discovering that 46% of Americans wanted him to become US president.

A poll released on Tuesday, April 6, by Piplsay indicated that 46%, nearly half of the US, would support Dwayne in a presidential bid.

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The poll was conducted online among 30,138 adults in two days, and there was no margin of error.

Reacting to the poll, Dwayne went on social media sharing the news and noted it was very humbling.

"I don’t think our founding fathers ever envisioned a six-four, bald, tattooed, half-black, half-Samoan, tequila drinking, pick up truck driving, fanny pack-wearing guy joining their club - but if it ever happens it’d be my honour to serve you, the people," he wrote.

His fans also showed their support on the comment section, with others hilariously describing what the White House would look like with him in charge.

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Source: Briefly.co.za

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