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Dwayne Johnson embedded a special message in an Instagram video, talking about his father’s disease and death

Dwayne Johnson embedded a special message in an Instagram video: 47 year old actor, Dwayne “The Rock” Johnson has recently shared an instagram video addressing the death of his father, Rocky Johnson. In a very light way, he spoke about the problem that his father was going through.

His father, Rocky Johnson, was a professional wrestler. He was also introduced to the WWE Hall of Fame.

Dwayne Johnson addressed his father as, ‘soulman’,

“As you know, I lost my old man a few days ago. I lost him just like that, didn’t get a chance to say goodbye to him,” Johnson said in the Instagram video.

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“I would give anything right now to give him a big ole hug and a big ole kiss before he crossed over and just say thank you and I love you and I respect you. I didn’t get a chance to say that, but such is life, as many of you know.” The 47-year-old actor also remembered the special relationship, that he shared with his father. He said that there was  a unique father-and-son bond that was so unique and it’s a testosterone-driven bond that was irreplaceable. “there’s so much about my old man and all of his complexities that only me as his son can understand.”

According to Junior Johnson, his father Rocky died from a condition called deep vein thrombosis.

 

“He had not been feeling well,” Johnson revealed. “He’d been battling a cold and infection and on Tuesday he had what’s called a deep vein thrombosis, which is essentially a blood clot in the leg.

However, Rock expressed that he was happy that his father did not suffered for a prolonged period. Many of his known friends like Ryan Reynolds, Mark Wahlberg sent and expressed their condolences.

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