Via Instagram let The Rock know that the interview that in the British tabloid ‘The Daily Star’ appeared “manufactured”. According to the tabloid, he showed himself in that conversation very critical of millennials.
“I can’t believe that I was once a kwakkel such right to convert,” opened Johnson in his video. “Earlier today there was an interview – say with me – online, which I millennials insulted and criticized.”
“The interview never took place,” said The Rock. “I have these words ever in my mouth taken. Completely false, 100% fabricated.”
In the story that Friday by ‘The Daily Star’ was released on her front page was Johnson portrayed as a fierce critic of the millennials and their occupations. “So many good people fought for freedom and equality, but this generation just need to find a reason to get indignant”, they said in the newspaper.
“In the past few years I have a relationship of trust built up with you and so you know that it isn’t a real interview, if I can get a group or an entire generation and not offend” was the addition. “That is not who I am and not what I do. So best millennials, this interview has never taken place.”