It's hard not to like Dwayne 'The Rock' Johnson. From his humble beginnings, he has risen to be one of the most loved celebrities of all time. And it's not hard to see why...
Keep scrolling to watch his powerful speech in full...
Dwayne Johnson isn't the first person to call President Trump's leadership into question in the wake of the Black Lives Matter protests happening across the nation.
The Rock is one of the most beloved celebrities out there.Yes, even more than Keanu Reeves, who has been a contender for the top spot for a while now.
Don't believe us?
via: Getty ImagesWell, we'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.
via: Getty ImagesDad 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?
After the birth of his third child, he posted this on Instagram:
2. He's amazing to his fans!
via: Getty ImagesHe 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.
via: YouTubeAnd 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."
via: Getty ImagesIn 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!
This is the real-life "Man vs Food!"
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.
via: Getty ImagesThis one tugs at the heart-strings quite a bit.
In a Facebook post, he revealed this:
via: Facebook"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.
via: Getty ImagesYou only have to watch one of his interviews to realize that, or take a look at his Instagram page, which is equally as uplifting...
But this week, Johnson has been speaking up about the protests happening for the Black Lives Matter movement.
via: InstagramAnd, in the 8-minute clip, the star directly called out Trump for his lack of compassionate and empowering leadership during these times. Keep scrolling to watch...
In the video, the star asks Trump one very simple question... Where are you?
via: Instagram"Where is our leader at this time?" he questions. "This time when our country is down on its knees begging, pleading, hurt, angry, frustrated, in pain, begging and pleading with its arms out just wanting to be heard?"
Johnson spoke emotionally during the clip.
via: Instagram"Where is our compassionate leader who is going to step up to our country who's down on its knees and extend a hand and say, you stand up. Stand up with me. Stand up with me, because I got you," Johnson said. "I got you, I hear you, I'm listening to you."
The star also took some time to address the "All Lives Matter" debate...
via: InstagramOf course all lives matter. Every single one," he said. "All lives matter because we, as Americans, we believe in inclusivity, we believe in acceptance, we believe in human rights. We believe in equality for all. "But in this moment right now, this defining, pivotal, explosive moment where our country is down on its knees -- the floorboards of our country are becoming unhinged -- in this moment, we must say the words black lives matter," he continued. We must say it because so many people believe that they don't ... or at least not as much as white lives," he added.