The Rock's sweet first photo of his newborn daughter was utterly ruined by Kevin Hart

Suzy Byrne
Editor, Yahoo Entertainment
Dwayne “the Rock” Johnson and Kevin Hart, pictured in 2017, have a fake feud going on, and it’s spilled over to … trolling baby photos of their kids! (Photo: Mike Marsland/Mike Marsland/WireImage)

Kevin Hart just royally messed with a good thing.

The comedian and his Jumanji: Welcome to the Jungle co-star (and boss) Dwayne Johnson have a fake feud going on, but Hart just escalated it — and freaked us out — by trolling the beautiful photo that the Rock posted to announce the arrival of his new daughter, Tiana Gia Johnson. Hart posted a new version of the pic we were gushing over, and it featured his crying, goateed mug in place of the beautiful baby’s face while nestled on the Rock’s bare, tattooed chest. We may have nightmares tonight.


The Rock was quick to respond with his own post, sharing the traumatizing photo, which included a message to his “beloved son.” But the post, which featured the best hashtag of all time, #OnDaddysPecMeat, got a little raunchy at the end.


Social-media-obsessed Hart clearly enjoys keeping this going, because on Tuesday he posted a photo of himself with his young son Kenzo, only he replaced his son’s face with the Rock’s big, bearded mug. Hart joked that this photo is “funnier” because the Rock is the first baby born with gray hair.


While we enjoy both of these men, we don’t want to see their giant faces on their sweet baby photos. Here are the original photos so that you can clear your mind from the Photoshop-induced trauma.



The Rock announced the arrival of his third daughter — the second with bride-to-be Lauren Hashian — in a heartfelt post, which included a photo of him doing skin-to-skin with the infant and talked about how “blessed and proud” he was “to bring another strong girl into this world.” The big, hulking superstar then shared a “word to the wise” to other gentlemen about “being as supportive as you can” for the mother of their child during “the single most powerful and primal moment life will ever offer.”


The Rock and Hart worked together on 2017’s Jumanji as well as Central Intelligence in 2016. There is talk of Jumanji 2, Hart noted in his post, or just “doing another movie together.” As long as it doesn’t involve them playing man-babies, we’re good. We don’t need to see any of this again.


Read more from Yahoo Entertainment:

By using Yahoo you agree that Yahoo and partners may use Cookies for personalisation and other purposes