The Rock Gets Stitches After Busting Head Open In Gym Accident

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Dwayne"The Rock Johnson the world's top-paid actor urged his 196 million Instagram followers to wear masks and avoid"politicizing the pandemic after revealing that he his wife and two young daughters had picked up Covid-19

The Rock said that things can get intense in the "Iron Paradise", but they aren't playing games. The Jumanji star shared he had been throwing around his 50-pound chains for a drop set when he got "lumped up".

"Alright, look", Dwayne Johnson says in the clip.

In the clip, Dwayne Johnson, 48, can be seen with blood trickling down his face. The Rock licked the blood off his head and stated,"That is good".

"We ai not playing tiddlywinks and also we ai not reciting nursery rhymes", Dwayne stated... before after writing,"purge your blood, keep exercising and sew up after - principles of the home".

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While somewhat breathless, the actor ran his finger through the blood rolling down his face and tasted it at one point. One of these recent sessions saw him wind up needing stitches by the time it was over. "You get lumped up every once in a while and things happen", he said before he took a swipe at the blood and tasted it.

Jokes aside, Johnson went on to share a little mantra about staying tough and working hard in the gym: "Taste your blood, keep training and stitch up later - rules of the house".

American actor- retired wrestled, Dwyane Johnson celebrates his mother Ata's 72nd Birthday with two different cakes. The "Fast and Furious" star sang "Happy Birthday" and handed her two cakes with candles, but his daughter Jasmine was too excited to blow the candles.

"Happiest of birthdays - what an unbelievable and blessed life. She's a survivor so every single day, she lives life to the fullest and is a shining beacon of love, joy and kindness". Let us know your thoughts in the comments below.

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