Earlier today, online, an interview dropped with me — apparently was with me, where I was insulting and criticising millennials.
The interview never took place. Never happened. Never said any of those words. Completely untrue. One hundred per cent fabricated. I was quite baffled when I woke up this morning.
I’ve gained such a great trust and equity with all you guys, all around the world over the years, and you know it’s not a real DJ [Dwayne Johnson] interview if I’m ever insulting a group, a generation or anyone because that’s not me.
That’s not who I am and that’s not what we do. So, to the millennials, the interview never happened.
To the plurals, the baby-boomers, the snowflake generation, I don't even know where that term came from, the tequila generation, that's the generation I just started, that's a good one, you want to join it, I always encourage empathy, I encourage growth, most importantly I encourage everyone to be who they want to be.
People have since been pointing out how odd the original quotes that were attributed to the star were, and apologised for ever questioning him.
The interview has since been deleted from The Daily Star's website. indy100 has contacted the newspaper for a statement.