Former WWE Champion The Rock Targeted By Animal Rights Activists

Former WWE Champion The Rock was actually recently targeted by animal rights activists for the crime of taking his family to The Georgia Aquarium. As seen below, the former WWE Champion posted photos & clips from the family trip but the comments section of each photo has been hijacked by angry readers calling him out for supporting the aquarium, accusing him of supporting a place that keeps animals in captivity.
Yahoo, FOX News and other media and sports outlets have reached out to The Rock’s camp for comments but as of this writing, they have not responded yet. The Rock has been active on social media since the backlash began but he has not addressed the comments.

 

Such a great time with our ohana & friends at the famed Georgia Aquarium. The second largest aquarium in the world and the only institution outside of Asia that houses Whale Sharks. More than 100,000 animals and sea creatures here that I’m in constant awe of. Specifically, this Whale Shark that I’m contemplating jumping in the tank and jumping on its back. They call me the brown ?????? AquaMan. Thank you to President & COO, Joseph Handy & the entire Georgia Aquarium staff for being so gracious, kind & informative to my family and our friends. We had a blast! #GeorgiaAquarium #OhanaDay @hhgarcia41 ??
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Found my next co-star. Just look at this beautiful animal with staggering intelligence. And the Beluga Whale is awesome too. Seriously, in awe of these creatures. #GeorgiaAquarium ?????????? @hhgarcia41 ??
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Me: So anyway dude, I’m kinda famous and cool and chicks dig me. Seal: Don’t give a shit. Me: Cool. #GeorgiaAquarium #SpecialConnection #TwoDudes @hhgarcia41 ??
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Meet my lady, Katie. She loves me. Calls me sexy. And is way bigger than @kevinhart4real. #GeorgiaAquarium #RelationshipGoals ??????
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