Dwayne ‘The Rock’ Johnson revealed he has written his father’s eulogy for his funeral.
The Jumanji star shared a candid picture of a pen and pocket book onto Instagram as he wrote about his dad and their reminiscences.
He captioned the submit: ‘This was fun. Written a lot of things over the years, but nothing prepared me for this one. #eulogy #mydad #soulman.’
Rocky, a former WWE wrestler additionally recognized as Soul Man, died on the age of 75 on 15 January.
In an emotional video shared on Sunday, Dwayne opened up about his grief whereas additionally confirming the circumstances surrounding Rocky’s loss of life which was sudden and attributable to a coronary heart assault.
‘He had not been feeling well and was battling a cold and infection, and on Tuesday he had a deep vein thrombosis which is essentially a blood clot in the leg,’ he defined.
‘It was a big old blood clot that broke free, travelled up through his body and went right to his lung, clotted his lung and he died very quickly from a massive heart attack. Just like that.’
Dwayne continued: ‘According to the medical examiner who conducted the autopsy, it was clear and very evident of what happened. My question was, was he in pain? Did he go quick? Was it drawn out?’
‘He said he went fast. That was my old man, he was always quick,’ he added with fond laughter about his father’s character.
‘But that did give me great comfort in knowing that it wasn’t extended. The motive it gave me nice consolation although I didn’t get an opportunity to say goodbye that one final time, is he had been in a variety of ache for a really very long time and that’s the lifetime of a pro-wrestler,’ he mentioned.
‘My old man, there’s no extra ache which makes me completely happy.’
Dwayne additionally introduced that his father’s funeral might be held on Tuesday (21 January).
Before writing the eulogy, he admitted he had ‘no idea where to start with this one’.
He even joked that he’ll be consuming tequila to assist him get by way of it, which was seen within the latest picture of the pocket book.
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