Dwayne Johnson sat down for an interview with Vanity Fair and talked about the pros and cons of being famous.
The 49-year-old shared, “Hands down without a shadow of a doubt, the best thing about being famous is making people happy.”
He added, “You’ll never hear me complain about fame. I know what the alternative is to not being famous.”
Johnson further added, “Fame is a blessing. I felt least comfortable in my own skin when I made the transition to Hollywood.” Back “When there was no blueprint for somebody like me, half black, half Samoan.”
They’d say, “you can’t be big, you can’t go to the gym, you can’t call yourself The Rock. One of two things is gonna happen” in that situation,”
“you’re either gonna continue to go down that road, and that path, and you’re gonna be miserable. Or the other thing that’s gonna happen, you’re gonna say, [expletive] this [expletive].”