Dwayne Johnson Cried ‘Manly Tears’ Over Joe Biden Becoming President | 22 Words

After a turbulent few weeks in the spotlight, Dwayne Johnson now seems to be causing even more of a ruckus with his political posts...

The Rock took to Instagram this week to share some important news with fans.

And he wants to make something pretty clear to all those who feel let down by the election results...

It might just change your view of him completely...

As his comments left everyone in shock.

But, first of all, let's get one thing straight.

The Rock used to be considered as one of the nicest men in showbiz. Yes, even nicer than Keanu Reeves, who has been a contender for the top spot for a while now.

Don't believe me?

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I'll prove it to you. As well as never backing down from a song request from his daughter, here are another 6 reasons why we just can't get enough of him!

1. He's a great father.

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Dad to 3 girls, he is constantly spending as much time as he can with them, despite his busy schedule.

This isolation business doesn't seem to be affecting anything, but I mean if you're stuck in the house with Dwayne Johnson, how can you be sad?

This isn't the only time The Rock has been forced to sing by his daughters, and the latest video just proves the lengths he'll go to make them smile.

After the birth of his third child, he posted this on Instagram:

Have you ever read something so heartwarming?

2. He's amazing to his fans!

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He spends a lot of time surprising his biggest fans and giving them probably the best experience of their lives.

He constantly posts about meeting them on his social media.

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And most of them would risk their lives to get a picture with their favorite celebrity. On multiple occasions, people have stopped traffic to try and get close to him!

3. "You can feel him before you see him."

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In an article by Rolling Stone, director Brad Peyton said: "There’s a buzz in the air – a rumble. Maybe that rumble comes from the fact that he’s 250 pounds of muscle, I don’t know. But when he walks on set, there’s a definite sense that it’s game time."

4. He eats a lot!

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It might be a weird thing to love him for, but listen to this! The Rock has a daily diet that consists of 5,165 calories! This comes out to 7 meals a day! Keep scrolling to meet the guy who spent a month eating and training as much as The Rock every day...

This is the real-life "Man vs Food!"

His "Cheat Day" consists of: "Chocolate chip & peanut butter cookies with Oreo cookie ice cream, 1 slice of cheesecake, 1 big ass chocolate fudge cookie with salted caramel chips." You could never devour this sugar infested meal like The Rock could. Props.

5. He 's one of the greatest wrestlers of all-time.

From epic storylines to fierce battles in the ring, The Rock has given us some of the best WWE matches in history.

If you haven't watched The Rock demolishing his opponents in the ring, then you're really missing out.

His most dramatic rivalries include the likes of John Cena, Brock Lesnar, and Stone Cold Steve Austin.

6. He takes care of his mom.

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This one tugs at the heart-strings quite a bit.

In a Facebook post, he revealed this:

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"At fourteen, I saw my mom crying about our only car being repossessed. This felt good. Merry Christmas, mom." If you don't love him already, then you need to go and see a doctor. I think you're missing a heart.

7. He doesn't take himself too seriously.

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You only have to watch one of his interviews to realize that, or take a look at his Instagram page, which is equally as uplifting...

However, the star recently filmed a video with a slightly different tone than usual.

After revealing he endorsed Joe Biden for president, he lost thousands of followers, but his latest post might just change everything...

As we all know, the actor endorsed Biden to become the next President of the United States.

In an Instagram video, he outlined the reasons he was choosing to endorse Biden, over Trump in the upcoming election.

It's the first time The Rock has endorsed a presidential candidate.

And he did so with an almost 8-minute-long video, shared to his social media channels. In it, The Rock says: "We are approximately five weeks away from election day - arguably the most critical election day our country has seen in decades."

He continued:

"Now, I've got friends in all parties, and the one thing that we can always agree on is the conversation and the dialogue, and where that conversation lands is always the most critical part. "This is something that I've certainly not done in the past, so I'm gonna go big."

"I had the opportunity to sit down with Vice President Joe Biden and Senator Kamala Harris to talk about a number of important issues that we're facing as a country."

"I thought that it was a great and extremely productive conversation that we had. "And as a registered Independent for years now, with centralist ideologies, I do feel that Vice President Biden and Senator Harris are the best choice for our country, and I am endorsing them to become President and Vice President of our United States."

Biden then thanked the actor.

In a relatively casual tone, Biden replied to his endorsement saying: "It means a great deal to us, for real." But since the win, he has come out to say something pretty important, and it's restored people's faith in the star...

He is now celebrating with a post telling everyone what his “vote represented"...

Although he's made it clear, he's “not turning my back" on Trump supporters.

He called for unity on Sunday following the election results.

“My vote represented my little girls," the father of three daughters said. “It also represented humanity, decency [and] principles and values [wife Lauren Hashian] and I instill in our little daughters. And finally, my vote represented the importance of just being a decent human being. And to me, being a decent human being matters."

But Johnson was also aware of the deep divide in the country...

“This win feels so good, but now the real work begins," he continued. “Because we have an entire country divided. I’m not turning my back on you just because we have a difference of opinion. I’m not made that way. I’m still right here and when the sun comes up, we all get up with it — go to work, feed our families, and pay our bills."

He continued...

“Congratulations to President-elect @joebiden and Vice President-elect @kamalaharris and to all our American people for engaging in the biggest voter turnout our country has ever seen. “Stand tall, lay it all on the line and cheers to UNITY and finding common ground. Let’s get to work."

In the video, he also remarked on Harris’s historic new role...

“As a man of color and a man who loves and respects women, this is pretty special," he said — and celebrated the U.S. reaching record voter turnout. Johnson added that the election made him a “little emotional." “I cried a tear or two — or 10," he said. “But they were all very manly. All my tears are manly."

He reached out to those who are struggling to come to terms with the results...

“I acknowledge your disappointment; I acknowledge your pain," he said. “We’ve all been there. We have fought for things we’ve believed in with our hearts and our passion and our guts, and we lose. It doesn’t feel good and I want you to know that I’m still here. And I’m not turning my back on you just because we have a difference of opinion, just because you voted for somebody else. No, I’m still right here. And I’m still right here for you. We’ve still got this relationship and I’m going to make sure that I continue to do everything that I can possibly do to make sure that we’re all working together as a unified front. Unity."

He also addressed those happy with the outcome...

But feeling “so pissed and resentful" at the “years of hate, and bigotry, and racism, and anger, and fear tactics, and intimidation."

Johnson said he could relate after the “s***storm of anger, of hate, of insults, of creating these lies" he received after endorsing Biden.

But he said, “to be honest with you, it just made me stand taller." The star ended the video with a toast of Teremana tequila, saying: “you — all of you, by the way, whoever you voted for, doesn’t matter," as well as “your families," “our great country" and “to unity and finding common ground." Keep scrolling for more...