Here's What Dwayne Johnson AKA The Rock Was Upto At 1 O'Clock In The Night - WATCH

As quarantine has destroyed the sleep cycle of all, Dwayne Johnson aka The Rock recently gave us a glimpse of what he was busy doing at 1.30 in the night

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Here's What Dwayne Johnson AKA The Rock Was Upto At 1 O'Clock In The Night - WATCH
Quarantine is indeed taking a toll on us. With nothing much to do at home as all the offices and work is shut due to the outbreak of Coronavirus, our system has gone for a toss. Not just us, even celebs are finding it difficult now to spend time amidst lockdown. Well, we don't know about the rest, but Dwayne Johnson aka The Rock is definitely having some difficulty in keeping up with his sleep schedule. In his latest video, he has shared that he was up till 1.30 in the night.

He has shared a video in which he is talking about eating lasagna at 1.30 am along with some chilled tequila from his brand Teremana. He has captioned this video as, "1:30am. Oven set at an impatient 450 degrees. Huge slice of lasagna.Beautiful bottle of chilled @teremana. I think this is a helluva decision #wheresmyambien." It indeed looks like one hell of a yummy decision. Only if our quarantine nights were as fancy as his.

While the lockdown is on and no movies are being shot currently, The Rock hasn't given a break to the promotions of his tequila brand Teremana. Almost in every alternate post, we have him sipping some tequila shots and talking about his brand. He is also sharing videos of people who are enjoying Teremana tequila while chilling at home. Have you tried it yet?


Meanwhile, The Rock even mourned the death of his good friend and WWE wrestler Shad Gaspard on social media. He extended his condolences to Shad's family.  (Also Read: WWE Stars Nikki Bella, Dwayne Johnson And John Cena Express Grief On Wrestler Shad Gaspard's Death)



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