Dwayne Johnson Warns of Fake Facebook Accounts That Con People of Money in His Name

“These guys are real pieces of s—,” The Rock says in Instagram video

Last Updated: September 2, 2018 @ 8:05 PM

Dwayne Johnson is warning fans that phony Facebook pages in his name are popping up and duping people into sending them money and, in return, promising fresh cash and cars.

“These guys are real pieces of s—,” The Rock said in an Instagram video Sunday.

“Sorry if you’ve been affected by these fake Facebook accounts asking for $$ or worse yet, actually engaged with them enough to send money in,” he wrote in the caption. “It’s hard to mitigate these a–holes, because they pop up by the dozens daily hoping to prey on the ones who’ve fallen on hard times.”

Johnson stressed that he values a hard-earned dollar and would never ask anyone for money.

“So,” he added, “be vigilant, be smart, question it, report it.”

And by the way, Johnson said he has “the Feds working on” catching the crooks.

Watch Johnson’s full video below.

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