The Rock thinks snowflake culture is 'putting us backwards'

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The People's Champion recently remarked to The Daily Star about Generation Snowflake and the people who belong to that group of people.

The Rock said that the snowflakes are taking society in a direction that doesn't align with the ideals of freedom that people have fought for in the past decades with their PC sentiments.

Responding to a film critic, Rock wrote, "Hiiii Yolanda, the interview never took place". He never seems to take himself particularly seriously, and is regularly offering words of encouragement to his followers on social media.

While it's great that people now feel more free to "be who they want to be", said Johnson, who hosts the new physical challenge show "The Titan Games", too many people in the younger generation are attempting to clamp down on free speech in the name of being "offended". "So to the millennials, the interview never happened".

Regardless of the context, which we'll nearly certainly hear more about in the days to come, it's hardly a great time for Johnson to throw down this particular gauntlet, especially when those snowflakes will become the biggest voting generation in the U.S. whenever the Boomers finally cede their grasp on the population majority. The tequila generation.that's a generation I just started, that's a good one, you'll want to join it. I always encourage empathy, I encourage growth, but most importantly, I always encourage everybody to be exactly what they want to be'.

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At the moment we're not sure why the original interview posted those comments saying he said them, but we'll keep you posted.

The Rock slammed a fabricated interview that has been going around!

He said he may not agree with what someone thinks, who they voted for, but he will support their "right say or believe it", according to the publication.

Dwayne "The Rock" Johnson thinks the Snowflake Generation is "looking for a reason to be offended".

He added: 'We thankfully now live in a world that has progressed over the last 30 or 40 years. It seems like we do live in a generation of people who are looking for things to complain about.

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