Dwayne Johnson, John Krasinski Deliver Some Good News And A Christmas Miracle For Father In Need

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Dwayne Johnson, John Krasinski Deliver Some Good News And A Christmas Miracle For Father In Need

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The Rock delivers some good news for a father asking for help with providing a memorable Christmas for his family.

Dwayne Johnson was a special guest on a new episode of actor John Krasinski’s “Some Good News” after a California man asked for his help. Earlier this month, Jays Nerdy Life tagged The Rock in a tweet asking him for a retweet for his eBay page since he listed many of his prized possessions on the online store to provide Christmas presents for his kids.

Johnson ended up seeing the post and replied, telling the man to stay ready because he had much more planned than a simple retweet.

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You’re this kind of dad and a retweet is all you want?
I have a little bit more in mind for you. Stay ready.
You’re a good man, Jay.
We need more like you.
~ Dwanta Claus 🎅🏾🥃 https://t.co/EfZIGt77RA

— Dwayne Johnson (@TheRock) December 21, 2020

Krasinski welcomed Jay to the show, and in a funny exchange, John says his attempts to purchase some of the items were rejected due to being flagged as a fraudulent account. Jay then got a big surprise when Krasinski revealed Dwayne Johnson was joining them. “Dwanta Claus” informed the widowed father of two that is taking care of Christmas, telling Jay he can stop selling his items on eBay.

The Rock also told him that Jay would receive a bound copy of his personal Black Adam script once shooting is wrapped, and invited him to visit the DC Universe in California. It’s not done there either, as Johnson also revealed FedEx is donating $5 million to Toys For Tots. Some Good News indeed.

Check out the full episode below:

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