Dwayne Johnson paid a touching homage to a courageous three-year-old leukemia survivor. The Rock wrote a motivational note to the youngster, which brightened his day.
Dwayne Johnson is undoubtedly a superhero in the flesh. He showed his love for a brave 3-year-old fan who is battling Acute Lymphoblastic Leukemia in a recent Instagram post, and he made sure that his video message would bring a smile to the little boy’s face.
The adorable little boy is a big fan of Maui from the film Moana, to the point where the boy watches the film almost ten times a day, and when The Rock learned of this, he decided to cheer him up by sending him a sweet tribute and singing him a line from the song “You’re welcome.”
“This request came across my desk and hit me in the gut a bit,” the 49-year-old actor tweeted. Hyrum Harris, a 3-year-old boy, is out there somewhere. Acute lymphoblastic leukemia, which is compounded by Down syndrome, has been diagnosed.”
Hyrum’s parents, April and Rich Harris were taken aback by the actor’s generosity and stated their son “intently” watched the movie. April added that the video message had been tremendously meaningful to their family.
The Harris family, which includes six older children, was overwhelmed by the outpouring of love for the 3-year-old. Anyone interested in donating to the three-year-GoFundMe old’s page to aid with the family’s medical expenditures can do so.