Dwayne "The Rock" Johnson celebrated International Women's Day with a special someone and in the cutest way possible when he featured daughter Jasmine in his video greeting for all women.
The Fate of the Furious actor took to his Instagram account Thursday evening to show his support to all women around the world, regardless of race and age. Johnson vowed to stand by their side to "always honor, protect and respect" them. The actor also greeted the women in his life, especially the love of his life at home.
However, the icing on the cake in the actor's "girl power" support was the video he included with his message. Johnson shared an adorable clip showing him talking to his "queen," 2-year-old daughter Jasmine.
In the video, the 45-year-old former WWE star instructed his toddler on what to say to the camera. He started with "girl power," which Jasmine managed to utter just about right. Then Johnson asked her to say a mouthful of sentences including "International Women's Day" and "Daddy is the most handsome, brilliant, sexiest...might be inappropriate... man alive. Say all that." Jasmine only manages to say "Women's Day" and quips "Say all that," which Johnson still deemed "perfect."
The adorable exchange now has over 4 million views and over 21 thousand comments on Instagram as of this writing. Other users complimented Jasmine for being adorable and beautiful. They especially pointed out her beautiful blue eyes.
"His daughter is literally the cutest thing to ever exist OMFG," one fan commented.
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The video message comes after Johnson revealed to his social media followers that his daughter experienced a "scary" incident. The Jumanji: Welcome to the Jungle star revealed in an Instagram video on Tuesday that Jasmine was rushed to the hospital. She was taken to emergency after a scary incident happened. Johnson did not reveal any details about the incident but expressed his relief that her daughter is okay now.
"This past Saturday night something happened to me and my family that I would never want to happen to any of your guys out there. Of course, emergencies do happen. We were up all night in the emergency room, we had something scary that happened to our little baby girl Jasmine - she's okay now! - thank God," Johnson said in the video.
"The Rock" thanked the LAFD first responders and the UCLA medical team for their help. Johnson also said he would gladly pay it forward and offered his assistance if ever they need his help.