Dwayne Johnson CALLS OUT Vin Diesel’s ‘Manipulation’ After ‘Fast and the Furious’ Public Plea to …

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Dwayne Johnson is rejecting Vin Diesel’s public plea to return to the ‘Fast and the Furious’ franchise. While speaking to CNN, the actor explains why he has no plans to return to the movie series and why he feels like Vin went about his plea the wrong way – even calling out the act as a form of ‘manipulation.’ While there may be no future for Dwayne in the ‘Fast and the Furious’ franchise, the ‘Red Notice’ star also addresses if he’d ever run for president, as a result of high public demand.

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