Dwayne Johnson Demands Changes to Shocking Wax Figure!

Dwayne “The Rock” Johnson has addressed concerns surrounding his recently unveiled wax figure at the Grevin Museum in Paris. In a post on Instagram, Johnson reposted a video from James Andre Jefferson Jr., who humorously critiqued the wax figure. Johnson acknowledged the video with amusement and announced his intention to request “improvements” to the wax figure, particularly focusing on his skin color.

The former WWE star stated, “For the record, I’m going to have my team reach out to our friends at Grévin Museum, in Paris France, so we can work at ‘updating’ my wax figure here with some important details and improvements- starting with my skin color.” He concluded the post with a light-hearted remark about having a drink with himself during his next visit to Paris.

The wax figure of Johnson, unveiled a week ago, sparked criticism online for its perceived paleness and off-center facial features. Social media users shared humorous comments, including references to baking and comparisons to other figures.

Despite the humorous response, Johnson decided to address the concerns directly and request changes to the wax figure. The New York Post reached out to the Grevin Museum for comment, but their response has not been disclosed in the report.

This incident contributes to a series of controversies involving wax figures, with past instances including criticism of figures at Madame Tussaud’s museum in Blackpool, England, and the Polonia Wax Museum in Poland. Figures of senior royals faced public backlash for various inaccuracies, reflecting the challenges museums sometimes encounter in capturing accurate representations.


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