- It is Dwayne The Rock. Johnson said sorry to Cheri Jacobs after he made a comment about Joe Rogan’s comment. But what did he say?
- Joe and his Spotify podcast have been the subject of a lot of talk recently because some people didn’t like what the host said about COVID-19 and its vaccines.
- People were angry when some of Joe’s old videos came back up on the internet. When The Rock came forward to defend Joe, he didn’t know how bad it was.
WHO IS ROCK?
Actor: Dwayne Douglas Johnson was born on May 2, 1972. He also goes by his wrestling ring name “The Rock.” He is an American actor and businessman who used to wrestle. One of the best professional wrestlers of all time, he worked for WWE for eight years before going into acting. Across the world, his movies have made over $3.5 billion in North America and over $10.5 billion. This makes him one of the world’s best-paid and most popular actors.
BORN NAME Dwayne JohnsonAGE49 years (as 2021)HEIGHT1.96mWEIGHT118 kgNET WORTH$350 millionQUICK INFORMATION:
WHAT ROCK SAID?
The Rock came forward to defend Joe and his apology after people said that his podcast spread misinformation about COVID and vaccines.
In the middle of this, a whole other video of Joe was posted online where he was seen making racist comments. There were many people who didn’t like The Rock because of this, and one of them was Cheri.
Good morning, it’s DJ.
You’re all over my timeline so I wanted to share some context with you so hopefully you’re no longer triggered by headlines you read. I thought his response was contrite and more importantly, open to change to becoming better.
— Dwayne Johnson (@TheRock) February 3, 2022
The Rock decided to get back at Cheri for criticizing him for siding with Joe, even though he didn’t know about the second video going viral at the time and didn’t know about it. I’m Cheri. I’m happy to hear from you. It’s DJ. In my timeline, I saw some of your posts. I wanted to give you some background so you don’t get scared by the headlines you see. It seemed to me that his apology was genuine, and more important, he was willing to change so that he could be a better person.
ROCK APOLOGY TO CHERI:
I owe you a sincere apology.
I didn’t show up the way I would’ve liked to in our dialogue and my language to you was offensive.
Thank you and your followers for all the dialogue here.
Have a great & productive weekend.
— Dwayne Johnson (@TheRock) February 5, 2022
ROCK ISSUED APPOLOGY TO CHERI:
Some of Jow’s other problematic statements were brought up by social media by Cheri herself.
As a result, The Rock went on the record to express his regret. “Hi, @CheriJacobus,” he wrote. Please accept my heartfelt apologies. My presence in our conversation was less than ideal, and my language toward you was hurtful. I am sorry. I want to thank you and everyone else who has contributed to this conversation. Enjoy a productive and enjoyable weekend. DJ”
Thank you, @TheRock. I appreciate the apology. Your voice is powerful, and words matter. I will have a great & productive weekend and hope you do, too.
— Cheri Jacobus (@CheriJacobus) February 5, 2022
APPOLOGY ACCEPTED BY CHERI:
As Cheri tweeted: “Thank you, @TheRock. I appreciate your apologies.” Thank you for apologizing. Your comments have weight and significance. I’m looking forward to a productive and enjoyable weekend, and I wish the same for you.
Has Joe Rogan already responded to the online outrage?
On Instagram, Joe made a video to say sorry for what he did. Many things that he said in previous episodes of the podcast that he didn’t like were said. He wishes they had been said better or he didn’t say at all. Watch the Joe Rogan video:
I can’t do anything to make that back. It is my hope that this experience will be a chance for growth.