Dwayne Johnson's empowering message to his daughters: 'The world will hear from you one day'

Dwayne Johnson. (Getty Images)
Dwayne Johnson. (Getty Images)

On International Women's Day, Dwayne Johnson was bursting with pride as he spoke about his daughters.

The Jumanji actor started with a dedication to his eldest daughter, Simone, which he shares with ex-wife Dany Garcia.

The 18-year-old recently signed with WWE, following in her famous dad's footsteps.

So the proud father of three shared a photo of the two standing in front of the Wrestle Mania stadium on Instagram, with the caption, "Respect the ground you walk, protect the name you carry and blaze your own @wwenxt @wwe path.

"Proud of you and as you go down the road, I'll always have your back."


He also dedicated a post to his Aunt Dorothy, as well as his two younger daughters he shares with wife, Lauren Hashian.

On a photo of 4-year-old, Jasmine, he wrote, "Pomaika?i," which means blessed.

"Blessed, strong and the world will hear from you one day," he said.

He shared a similar message with a video of his youngest daughter, Tiana, but she was less impressed with her famous dad. He told her to repeat after him, and she did.

"Can you say 'I'm a pretty girl'? Even more importantly than that, say, 'I'm an awesome girl. I'm a smart girl. I'm a very smart girl. I can do anything.'" he went on.

When he told her to say, "'Daddy's the best'," though, she adorably responded, "Mother!"