Dwayne Johnson reached out to a girl with Down’s Syndrome

Hollywood actor Dwayne Johnson (The Rock) has sent an empowering message to the little girl with Down’s Syndrome, and we are really touched.

Besides being known for his action movie roles, the star also contributed to many children’s movies, such as Moana, in which he voiced Maui.

Jason Kneen is a father of five living in Wiltshire in the UK, who starting posting pictures of his daughter Rosie who has Down’s Syndrome on Twitter, not expecting it to go viral.

He posted a beautiful picture of her smiling with the caption “My child has Down’s Syndrome, what can I expect? This. 100 percent this.” After some time he posted another picture of her wearing a towel, and both pictures gained huge popularity, precisely over 88.000 likes.

Kneen also wrote about Rosie’s love for Moana and the difficulties that he had when he found out the life of his child had already been previously planned.

Rosie also had a difficult life, she suffered bronchitis badly in 2015 and spent a lot of time in the hospital, after which she also suffered pneumonia.

Kneen posted pictures of them watching Moana and added how watching this is like oxygen for her, since she wants to watch it every single day. He also thanked Johnson for teaching him all the songs.

After his tweets went viral, Dwayne himself sent a very emotional response.

“Look at this lovely cookie. Stay strong Rosie! Uncle Maui loves ya. What caaaan I say except you’re welcome”, he wrote.

Kneen said that this meant a lot to their family, and a lot of people supported them and thanked him for sharing his story.
Kneen described his life as difficult and unpredictable as everyone’s is. But he says it’s all worth it when Rosie smiles.

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