Dwayne Johnson Hilariously Fails To Convince His Daughter He Was In Moana

Two-year-old Tiana is not having any of it.

Dwayne Johnson’s attempts to prove to his two-year-old daughter, Tiana, that he was in Disney’s Moana by singing his character Maui’s signature song didn’t exactly go to plan.

Over the weekend, the actor shared a video on Instagram, writing: “Could this be the glorious day my sweet baby Tia, finally accepts that her daddy is the demigod, Maui from MOANA?”

The star, AKA The Rock, has no problem redirecting a torpedo and holding a helicopter with one arm, but apparently convincing his daughter he’s the voice of Maui is a far more impossible task, as you can see below:

“Aaaaaaaand that’s a very firm, NO,” he added.

This is just the latest failed attempt in The Rock’s ongoing mission to get some credit from his daughter.

Back in April, he posted another video singing the song with the caption, “And for the 937th time today she wants daddy to sing along with Maui. She has no idea, we’re the same person.”

Earlier in April, Johnson sang the song as a way to teach her, and everyone else, how to wash their hands while sheltering at home during the coronavirus pandemic.

At least the actor keeps trying...