Dwayne Johnson is thrilled his dream of ending up being a country music vocalist didn’t work out.
The 47- year-old is now an extremely effective star, starring in motion pictures such as the Fast & & Furious franchise and Jumanji: The Next Level, after making the transfer to Hollywood from his former occupation as a wrestler.
However throughout an Instagram Live Q&A with fans on Sunday, Dwayne confessed that prior to he discovered success in any task, he actually wished to make it as an artist.
“I did have a dream of becoming a country singer,” he informed his followers, remembering how the aspiration emerged when he resided in Nashville in a “little s**t hole motel”.
“I used to spend a lot of time down on Music Row,” he continued. “I wanted to be a traditional country music singer. Had a decent voice that could carry a tune but I ended up buying a car from a crackhead… that’s a long story… but it is the best thing that never happened to me.”
Going on to reference another of his unsuccessful expert pursuits, Dwayne added: “It’s just like me never making it to the NFL (National Football League). It was the best thing that never happened.”
Dwayne has actually been going survive on Instagram on Sunday nights to record his “cheat day” reward. Today’s reward consisted of brioche French toast topped with blueberry jam, peanut butter and syrup, accompanied by a Tequila Dawn mixed drink.
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