As for potential backlash to The Rock's comments, Tyrus said that will only happen if the superstar "allows it".
'Never said those words.100% false.More news: GoFundMe will refund donations for Trump's border wall
Criticizing ain't my style. "And that's not who I am, and it's not what we do".
Regardless of the context, which we'll nearly certainly hear more about in the days to come, it's hardly a great time for Johnson to throw down this particular gauntlet, especially when those snowflakes will become the biggest voting generation in the United States whenever the Boomers finally cede their grasp on the population majority. "Completely fabricated. Kindly check out my last response I just posted re the false interview". I was baffled when I woke up this morning'. He's a centerpiece in at least two smash-hit franchises, he's the kind of inspiring star who can hock workout advice without it coming off as corny, and hell, he still is and will forever be The Rock. 'So, to the millennials, the interview never happened'.
While there's certainly been some very positive developments in recent decades in terms of tolerance and generally making the world a better place, he told the outlet, the snowflake's perpetual offense culture is making us go "backwards". I always encourage empathy and growth, but most importantly I encourage everybody to be exactly who they want to be.More news: You Can Now Buy a 27-Pound Bucket of Mac and Cheese
"So many good people fought for freedom and equality, but this generation are looking for a reason to be offended", Johnson said.
"We thankfully now live in a world that has progressed over the last 30 or 40 years", he explained. It seems like we do live in a generation of people who are looking for things to complain about.
In fact, he mocked the need to put such labels on entire groups of people by saying that he made up the tequila generation, and it's one that you'll definitely 'want to join!'More news: 'Deadliest Catch' crab boat capsizes, kills three crew members, reports say
The Razzie Awards, held the night before the Oscars, honour what are generally regarded as the worst films of the year.