Former WWE wrestler and Hollywood actor Dwayne Johnson surprised his sister-in-law by gifting a swanky car and shared her happiness with an Instagram post. The Rock posted a video of him taking his sister-in-law out of her house to surprise her with the massive present. Captioning the video, The Rock wrote, “This Christmas surprise felt good Merry Christmas to my sister in law, @aja_elan for simply being the most loving, supportive and coolest human we could ever ask for. From day 1. Enjoy your new ride with good mana and love. Merry Christmas! We’re grateful and we love you sis, Dwanta, @laurenhashianofficial and your Johnson ohana”
After receiving her Christmas gift, Aja Elan seemed overwhelmed by Dwayne’s sweet gesture. Jumanji actor had last year bought a new house for his mom. In his Insta post, he had informed about the same and had written, “This one felt good. Surprise! Bought my mom a new home for Christmas.” (ALSO READ: Jumanji Stars Dwayne Johnson And Kevin Hart Celebrate Christmas The British Way- The Video Is Hilarious AF)
The Rock posted a picture on Instagram on Christmas Eve with a glass of Teremana Tequila and captioned it “A 2 am, a quiet house late night Teremana tequila toast of gratitude to a good Johnson Christmas. Lots of happy faces, some tears of joy and all love, which made this big ol’ Dwanta’s heart full. In the end, that's the thing that really matters - the joy we hope to create for our loved ones. Merry Christmas to you and your families and I hope it was an awesome one. And like all of us, with a little family dysfunction thrown in there too. Happy Holidays and continued blessings. Love, Dwanta”
Well, we believe the Jumanji actor is on a gifting spree and has been turning Santa every year for his near and dear ones. Seems like, the Rampage actor believes in the quote, “Good givers are good getter.”
Images Source: instagram/therock
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