Johnson joked he bribed his daughter with ice cream to get her to tell him she loved him
Valentine’s Day is still two days away, but Dwayne “The Rock” Johnson’s young daughter is already melting hearts.
The Skyscraper star is known to show off his adorable girls on Instagram, and on Tuesday shared a sweet video featuring a wide-eyed Jasmine proclaiming her love for her father.
“Um, can you say ‘I love you?’ ” Johnson implores the toddler, who grins as she completes his request. “Can you say ‘mini-me?’ ”
Jasmine, 3, also pointed out her superstar dad when asked who was the best father in the world.
“That’s right, always fishing for compliments,” Johnson joked.
The actor, 46, explained that he was headed out the door to shoot the “biggest (magazine) cover” of his career when Jasmine, whom he affectionately calls Jazzy, wished him a “great work today.”
“I’m 97 percent sure I bribed Jazzy with ice cream to say nice things about me when the camera is rolling,” he wrote. “Don’t judge. It’s how I roll.”
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Johnson didn’t specify which magazine cover he’d be shooting for, but assured fans it was a “career milestone.”
The adorable video comes months after Johnson posted an Instagram photo showing Jasmine painting his face as he attempted to leave the house for work.
The star has long used social media to show off his strong bond with his three daughters. He and girlfriend Lauren Hashian welcomed Jasmine in December 2015, and their second child, Tiana, was born in April 2018. Johnson is also dad to 17-year-old Simone with ex-wife Dany Garcia.
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Johnson wrote on Instagram in December that he wouldn’t be able to hold his daughters in his arms forever, so he wanted to “love ‘em up every moment I can.”
“Can’t guarantee I’ll love and protect all my daughters for the rest of their lives, but I can guarantee I will for the rest of mine,” he wrote.