The Rock Dressed As Pikachu: Yay Or Nay?


Some families dress like a bunny during Easter celebrations, Dwayne “The Rock” Johnson was busy chasing his daughter around the house dressed as a oversized Pokemon.

The RockThe 6’5″ wrestling and movie star somehow found a Goliath-sized Pikachu costume to bring his daughter Jasmine’s favorite Pokemon monster to life. That’s 260 lbs of shock-rat.

In the video, a terrifyingly large man is seen chasing his giggling girl around the house. Just as you’re beginning to think this could be some messed up fuzzy fandom video, he removes the mask revealing himself as The Rock.

This isn’t the first time Johnson dressed as Pikachu for his daughter. He had this to say:

The first time Jasmine’s favorite character, Pikachu came to visit her months ago she was only crawling. For Easter Sunday @laurenhashianofficial and I thought, Pikachu should make a special visit once again.

The star of the new Fate of the Furious movie may be in the best shape of his life, but his Hollywood training regime didn’t prepare him for an afternoon with a hyperactive one-year-old.

Well, Pikachu didn’t account for the fact that now Jazzy RUNS and for 2hrs straight she wants to play her new favorite game, ‘I run away and you chase me Pikachu. And you’re not allowed to take a break until I go night night’.

#Rockachu continues by explaining how he was then chased around the house by the Johnson family dog, Hobbs, who really wanted to piss down the electric mouse’s leg. Not a good idea, dog. Both The Rock and Pikachu have taken out pests much larger than you.

It’s nice to see a Hollywood bad-ass showing his loving dad side. Even if that means like ruining countless childhood memories of lovable anime characters. #PikachuLooksBloated

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