Of all celebrities on Twitter to mess with, Dwayne “The Rock” Johnson should not be your first pick. Not only is he the living incarnation of The Hulk himself, but he is also the sweetest tempered dude around.
In fact, we should all take note of the way that Dwayne Johnson settles disputes. In one particular scenario, a Twitter user by the name of Ben Pobjie (@benpobji) decided that it was his job to deliver the shocking news to the ex-pro wrestler that wrestling isn’t real.
Whether he was looking to start a Twitter dispute or not is irrelevant. What is relevant, however, is how Dwayne Johnson settles disputes, and we have the social media thread here for you. Take a page out of his book next time a troll tries to come at you with some foolishness.
Although The Rock has transitioned from professional wrestling into acting, he clearly still has love for the sport and decided to send out a congratulatory Tweet about the return of wrestler Kurt Angle.
This promoted Pobjie to tweet at Johnson the breaking news that wrestling isn’t real. Nevermind that as an ex-pro wrestler, Johnson is fully aware of this fact.
Somebody alert the authorities. We are all collectively shook at this new-found piece of information! Luckily for all of us, Dwayne Johnson settles disputes well all on his own, and he shed light on the situation for us.
Well, thank goodness the man has a sense of humor. You don’t want the most loveable guy in the world to be angry at you. At this point, Pobjie showed pretty instantaneous remorse…
It’s now Pobjie’s turn to be shook and shook he was. The social media thread continues with the Twitter user repenting and hoping that the method by which Dwayne Johnson settles disputes doesn’t involve having him killed.
Now, it’s easy for sarcasm to go wrong on the internet since there just isn’t a place for inflection. But if you come at The Rock, you’ve gotta be prepared. As it turns out, Johnson was amused but not angry.
Pobjie was eternally grateful and it showed in his Tweet back and the rest of the social media thread. The Twitter dispute was no more, and we have Dwayne “The Rock” Johnsonto thank for that.
Well, there you have it folks – that is how Dwayne Johnson settles disputes. If we all followed suit there would probably be a lot less bickering on the internet. And isn’t that what the world needs – less bickering?