Dwayne “The Rock” Johnson has broken his silence about backlash to his Maui wildfire fund.
Johnson, 51, and Oprah Winfrey, 69, faced harsh criticism from fans in early September, after the famous duo asked members of the public to donate money to help those affected by the Maui wildfires — despite having a combined net worth of more than $2.8 billion.
In a new Instagram video posted on Sunday, Johnson broke his silence to his 392 million followers, and said that he “understood” why fans were angry.
“The last thing you want to hear when you are living from paycheck to paycheck is someone asking you for money, especially when the person asking you for money already has a lot of money,” he said. 안전놀이터
“I get it, and I completely understand, and I could’ve been better. And next time, I will be better.” 신규사이트
This stands in contrast to Winfrey, who went on “CBS Mornings” in September for a “non-apology” that angered many.
“I was so excited about it,” she said, referring to her fund with Johnson. 온라인슬롯