Fast and Furious 9 star John Cena’s social media is an enigma. While he posts some really motivating and inspiring words of wisdom on Twitter, his Instagram feed consists of random pictures that he posts without explanations, open for people to interpret. The WWE legend has a massive following on social media, with nearly 12 million followers on Twitter, and 12.6 million on Instagram. Now, a viral video of a nine-year-old boy creating a mosaic of John Cena reached him, and Cena shared it and was full of admiration for the boy.
The video shows a nine-year-old boy from Montreal, named Benjamin who holds placards explaining what he has to say. It reads that he has dyslexia and he struggles with reading and writing. However, he can also do something really amazing and has an extraordinary talent. Then he goes on to create an awesome mosaic of John Cena using Rubik’s cubes. John Cena shared the video and was all praise for the kid. In his Tweet, John Cena wrote, “This is the embodiment of #NeverGiveUp. Benjamin demonstrates courage, perseverance, vulnerability, tremendous strength... and he’s an ARTIST! I admire you, your work, and your outlook.”
This is the embodiment of #NeverGiveUp.— John Cena (@JohnCena) December 29, 2019
Benjamin demonstrates courage, perseverance, vulnerability, tremendous strength... and he’s an ARTIST! I admire you, your work, and your outlook.https://t.co/HtChYVAj32
John Cena’s followers were in awe of him for sharing he inspiring video and while one user wrote, “The people John looks up to, are usually kids who are a lot stronger and braver than we will ever be. Think that says a lot about him and us as well. #NeverGiveUp,” another Tweet read, “that's amazing how beautiful to see that, you are the sweetest to appreciate he work with your loving words, I love you so much.”
Image Source: Instagram/john.cenna, Twtter/JohnCena, YouTube/Cube Kid
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