Dwayne Johnson wants you to vote – and he's not over the trolling of Kevin Hart to grab your attention.
The skyscraper actor shared a photo of himself lying on top of a small child with a hard face over it Monday evening to encourage people to participate in the midterm elections.
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"Get out and VOICE. Do not do it for me. Do it for our little ones. #vote 🇺🇸, "wrote Johnson, 46, in the caption.
Hart, 39, responded in the comments with three laughing emojis and three middle-finger emojis as his comeback for Johnson's conflagration.
Actress Halle Berry joined the post commenting, "MY EYES !!"
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For the first time, Johnson or Hart tripped in social media.
Over the weekend, the Baywatch star shared a photo of himself with his former Costar on Instagram and made another joke comparison.
"Taking care of the business, great to have my son, I mean one of my best friends, @ kevinhart4real, on my set of HOBBS & SHAW (our FAST & FURIOUS spin-off movie) Johnson wrote in the caption. "19659015] RELATED VIDEOS: Dwayne & # 39; The Rock & Johnson says people should call him" Sexiest Man Alive "every year
"We care about each other" because that's what we love and the world loves it too, but we're also hungry to build our businesses and create opportunities that entertain the world, "the actor continued.
Johnson gave the fans an indication of a future collaboration between the two when he said: to enjoy some very big things for the world. I want to beat his lips in the next week, though #HoheSatz #HobbsAndShaw #TakinCareOfBusiness #RockHartConnection @ @ kevinkwan327.
The two played together in Jumanji: Welcome to the Jungle. Hart told PEOPLE that the duo was making a sequel to their box office hit "absolutely positive".
"It's just a timeline for the time we're doing it," he said.