Dwayne Johnson shares an adorable video of himself and his daughter, Tiana, as they partake in their nightly negotiation before she goes to bed.
Dwayne “The Rock” Johnson is creating cherishable moments with his daughter Tia, especially with their nightly routine and negotiation before going to bed.
Dwayne Johnson attends the Premiere Of Universal Pictures' "Fast & Furious Presents: Hobbs & Shaw" on July 13, 2019, in Hollywood, California. | Photo: Getty Images.
In a recent video posted to his Instagram account of over 180 million followers, the proud dad shared an adorable moment between himself and Tia as he sang to her before going to bed.
In the video, Dwayne sang the lyrics of the song “You’re welcome” from his Disney movie "Moana," where he played Maui. Captioning the post, he stated that:
"And for the 1,927th time, I will sing “You’re Welcome” to baby Tia as part of our nightly daddy/daughter negation to go to bed! It. Never. Ends. ????."
The proud father of three also mentioned that spending this time of lockdown with his ladies has been a silver lining in all the craziness that is going on in the world right now.
He also gave a stunning revelation, which was that, despite all the times he had sung the song, Tia did not know he was the one who played Maui in the Disney movie.
It seems Tia is not the only one who enjoys the song.
In the clip that was shared, it was easy to spot the excitement on Dwayne’s face as he sang to his daughter. And Tia also looked happy as she chimed in at intervals to join her daddy in the song. Towards the end, the toddler asked her dad if she could take a picture of him.
As always, the comments section was soon abuzz with comments from lovers of Dwayne and his family. Some expressed that Dwayne was the definition of daddy goals, while others could not get over how cute and adorable Tia was. Someone said:
"Our hearts...she is adorable ❤️."
Dwayne and Tia seem to be having quite the fun with the song "You’re welcome," as he has even used it to teach Tia how to wash her hands properly, especially during this pandemic.
It seems Tia is not the only one who enjoys the song. His daughter, Jasmine, also enjoys watching and singing tunes from “Moana” with her dad. And just like Tia, Jasmine does not know her dad is the voice behind the character Maui.
Jasmine and Tia are his second and third children whom he welcomed with his wife Lauren Hashian in 2015 and 2018, respectively.