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Dwayne Johnson Denies Interview Where He Says New Generation Easily Offended

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Dwayne Johnson Denies Interview Where He Says New Generation Easily Offended

Dwayne Johnson Denies Interview Where He Says New Generation Easily Offended

“The Daily Star” reported Dwayne Johnson saying “this generation is looking for a reason to be offended.” Yet “The Rock” shared a video on Instagram saying the “interview never took place.” According to Business Insider, Johnson said it is “completely untrue, 100 percent fabricated.” Johnson spoke directly to his fans and said that those that know him know he never insults anyone in interviews.

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