Dwayne The Rock Johnson reacted to the recent viral TIC Tac comparing it to a Morgan County, Alabama, of the sheriff lieutenant named Eric Fields.
The “Jungle Cruise” star took to Twitter on Monday and was her quintessentially charming and humble self.
“Oh shit! Wow”, the 49 year old woman wrote.
“The guy on the left is a lot cooler,” he said of Fields.
“Stay safe brother and thank you for your service,” added the action star. “Someday we’ll drink @Teremana and I need to hear all your ‘rock stories’ because I KNOW you have them [face with tears of joy, smiling face with horns, fisted hand and tumbler glass emojis] #ericfields. “
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Meanwhile, Fields shared an interview with Fox affiliate WBRC, “It’s always been a common joke of people saying that I look like Rock or… Vin Diesel and I just go with it.”
His wife also liked the flattering comparison.
“She loves it,” Fields said with a relaxed posture and a smile from ear to ear, as did the “Fast & Furious”. Star.
But Fields did not keep this new fame to himself. He educates Sgt. Chris Dillard, a 26-year law enforcement veteran and role model for many in the Sheriff’s Department of Morgan Co., who was recently diagnosed with ALS.
“To know Chris Dillard is to love him,” reads an article from GoFundMe. “He has a reputation for being an excellent officer / deputy, but he is an even better man. His soothing sense and wise words are welcome in any conversation. However, it is his kind heart that he shows for. his team that stands out the most. “
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“He’s just a very good husband, father and… great officer,” Fields repeated. “I had to take him off the pitch when he was diagnosed because he wanted to keep going out and working alongside these guys.”
Ultimately, Fields said he would like to use his appearance to promote Dillard’s notoriety.
“I was just thinking, praying, practicing… I said… what am I supposed to do with this?”, Explained Fields in response to the TikTok celebrity. Dillard’s Warriors GoFundMe has sought to raise funds for Dillard’s treatment over the next few months to lessen the effects of the disease and has raised almost $ 8,000 of the $ 35,000 desired so far.
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But, as Fields points out, money isn’t the only resource that could help fight Dillard’s disease. He noted, “I’m not saying we need a lot of money, but prayers and support… would mean everything.”
Ryan Tillman of Fox News contributed to this report.