BY KENNETH ATISELE
Despite playing tough guy over the course of his wrestling and acting career, Dwayne ‘The Rock’ Johnson definitely has a softer side — and his newest Instagram post is proof.
In the video, The Rock plays a game with his daughter, in which she bangs on the top of his ‘big’ head until he looks up at her and makes a face.
He then returns to starting position, and the whole adorable process starts again.
If this doesn’t put a smile on your face, you must be one mean human being!
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Finally my big head is used for more than just a place to hang my hat.😉 The joys of being home w/ my ohana and playin' one of our fav games – slap daddy's head 'til I can see his big scary face. Song playing in the background is "O Tiare" (Justin Young). A song I started singing to her every day since she was one week old. Samoan lyrics are beautiful, "Ia alofa le Atua, ma tausi ia te 'oe…" which translates to "may God take loving care of you". When Jasmine learns to talk, I'm sure she'll ask me to please stop singing😂. I must now go do something very manly and bad ass to counterbalance this post. #Ohana #Aiga #Grateful #SlapDaddysHeadCauseItsABigToy
After we feed her, Jasmine just loves looking at daddy's tattoos. I think it helps her digest😂. Can't wait to one day explain to her what all this means. Chat about her cultures (Samoan, Armenian, African American and Italian). And while these symbols may appear to be primitive, unsophisticated and crude – they're extremely sacred, thousands of years old and very powerful. My mana (strength). Ironically enough the symbol she's fixated on is our ATUA (our God) protected by the small building blocks of my life and then by shark teeth. Yuuuuup, we gonna have some good daddy/daughter chats. Until then she'll continue to use daddy's tattoos as a place to scratch, drool and spit up. #Tatua #PolyCulture #FaaSamoa #Respect #SpitUpOnDaddy #Yay
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