Dwayne "The Rock" Johnson has a new nickname for Christmas ̵
The action star took Instagram on Saturday to share a touching video of his mother, Ata, the reaction to the gift he gave her for this holiday: a brand new house.
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"This one felt good – surprise! New home for Christmas," he began before declaring that his childhood was full of small flats to small flats across the country was when his parents tried to make ends meet. "The first home my parents ever lived in was the house I bought for them in 1999. They divorced about five years later, and as it happens with life, something happens and things get a little bit different Since then, I have always made sure that my parents have everything you will ever need. "
" This gift is a special gift and the timing is very significant, I told her to read this card like "Willy Wonkas Golden Ticket "because she can choose any home anywhere she wants," Johnson continued. "I always say that if you have a good mom then you have to become a good person to become a decent person and eventually I will become a happy SOB able to do that." Merry Christmas, Ma and WOOOHOOO enjoy your new home. Dwanta 🎅🏾. "
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himself snuggled up to his youngest two daughters, Jasmine and Tiana.
"Daddy's poor, I will not be able to hold her forever, so you better believe I grab those biscuits and love them at any moment." I can, "he wrote," and I know that there will be a day when daddy is the last place they want to be. Baby Tiana Gia is already here to help me look her face. "
" I can not guarantee that I will love and protect all my daughters for the rest of their lives, but I can guarantee that I will also for the rest of me. #Xmas #daddysarms #helpme, "he added.
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And last Christmas, the actor surprised his dad Rocky Johnson with a new car and told the fans Instagram that his father was a "minimalist" who had never asked for much.