Dwayne the Rock Johnson took to his Instagram account to thank the 911 operator and the first responders from the L.A Fire Department who helped him through his two-year-old daughter’s medical emergency situation over the weekend.
Dwayne Johnson has an adorable two-year-old daughter with girlfriend, Lauren Hashian, named Jasmine. The little girl recently suffered a medical emergency and had to be taken to the hospital.
Even though, Dwayne did not clearly identify what had happened to his daughter, he gratefully apprised his audience that she was fine and doing well now.
He also sent out a special message to all the parties that helped him and his girlfriend deal with the difficult and scary situation.
The Baywatch actor made a video of himself and posted it on Instagram, thanking the 911 operator who was on the phone with him, alone with the first responders from the L.A Fire Department and the UCLA medical personnel.
The former wrestler made the video at the gym. He seemed to have made it post a workout session, as he was wearing red gym attire and had sweat pouring down in rivulets all over his body.
He said, “This past Saturday night something happened to me and my family that I would never want to happen to any of you guys out there. But of course emergencies do happen and we were up all night in the emergency room, we had something scary that happened with our little baby girl, Jasmine. She’s okay now, Thank God.”
He further continued to thank every person who helped him and said, “But I just want to say thank you so much to everybody who was involved, so caring and compassionate and responsive. The 911 operator who was on the phone with me who was extremely calm while walking me through some processes. The Los Angeles Fire Department first responders, UCLA medical team and staff, the doctors, the nurses. Again everybody, thank you guys so so much.”
Dwayne also made sure to add a word of caution to all the parents out there who might have to face an emergency situation of a similar kind the future.
He continued, “And to all you mommies and daddy’s out there, you know when emergencies like this happen, I would just highly recommend that you stay as calm and as focused as possible because of our little babies, energetically they pick up on what we’re putting out especially in times of stress.”
Before signing off, he once again thanked everyone and said, “Once again thank you LAFD and UCLA medical team, thank you guys so so much.”
Dwayne and Lauren are expecting another baby girl soon! Dwayne announced the coming of his new baby girl on Instagram.
The post showed his daughter Jasmine Lia with a poster behind her, saying, “It’s A Girl.” How cute is that?!
The caption below the Instagram post stated, “Our Jasmine Lia would like to make a big announcement- IT’S A GIRL! @laurenhashianofficial and I are boundlessly grateful for this blessing as this spring we’ll welcome our second baby. Plus, Jazzy is excited to boss around and protect her lil’ sis. And Once again, big daddy is completely surrounded by beautiful estrogen and loving, powerful female mana. All girls. One dude. And a boy dog. I wouldn’t have it any other way.”
Dwayne has made a consistent effort to talk about important things on social media. He recently took to his Instagram portal to talk about the impending deaths caused by suicide.
He also shared a personal anecdote of a time when his own mother tried to commit suicide.
Dwayne Johnson appears in an American comedy-drama series called ‘Ballers’. While the television show is usually fun and light-hearted, it touched upon a serious issue in one of its recent episodes.
In one of the scenes, Dwayne’s character in the TV show is seen paying tribute to his brother, who had committed suicide. Dwayne took the opportunity to post a picture from that scene and share a moment from his real life, where he saved his own mother from committing suicide.
His Instagram post laid emphasis on the fact that we need to help people deal with pain and be there for them in difficult times.
“Sh*ts of a scene to shoot – didn’t like it – but it did reminder that we always gotta do our best to really pay attention when people are in pain. Help ’em thru it, get ’em talkin’ about the struggle and remind ’em that they’re not alone. We got lucky that day when I was 15 and that ain’t always the case.”
We’re glad Jasime is doing well!