Dwayne Johnson Quietly Deletes ‘Violent Transphobic Tweet’ After Denouncing Joe Rogan

BEIJING, CHINA - AUGUST 05: Dwayne Johnson attends the "Fast & Furious: Hobbs & Shaw" fans Meeting and China Press Conference on August 5, 2019 in Beijing, China. (Photo by Lintao Zhang/Getty Images)
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Joe Biden-backing Hollywood star and Black Lives Matter supporter Dwayne “The Rock” Johnson quietly deleted what’s been slammed as a “violent transphobic tweet,” after denouncing Joe Rogan amid the woke mob’s campaign to cancel the popular Spotify podcaster.

“don’t be angry Ms Katie. It’s not our fault you’re turning tranny tricks to put yourself thru nursing school,” the Red Notice and Jungle Cruise star wrote in a 2011 tweet.

Johnson’s tweet resurfaced after he responded to criticism of his support for Rogan, stating “I was not aware of his N-word use prior to my comments,” adding that this has been a “learning moment” for him.

Social media users quickly pointed out that a lot of Johnson’s comments — that were once considered harmless — are now considered a cancelable offense in today’s woke, irascible society.

Unlike Johnson’s 2011 tweet, however, not everything from one’s past can be quietly deleted.

Others on social media resurfaced a video clip of the WWE star referring to someone as a “bloated transvestite Wonder Woman.”

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Another recently resurfaced video shows Johnson pretending to speak Chinese, mocking a Chinese accent.

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Johnson’s “transphobic” tweet and videos have been dug up in a “people who live in glass houses shouldn’t throw stones” type of way after the actor tried to distance himself from Rogan.

The podcaster has been under attack ever since hosting two guests — Dr. Peter McCullough and Dr. Robert Malone — on his podcast, who “have an opinion that’s different from the mainstream narrative” regarding coronavirus-related issues, he said.

Musicians David Crosby, Stephen Stills, Graham Nash, Nils Lofgren, and India Arie have since come out against Spotify — following in the path of Neil Young — who has launched what has become a media-fueled effort to censor and deplatform Rogan.

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