The Rock Has Adorable Tea Party With Daughter, Who Won't Believe He Played Maui In 'Moana'

Ashley Hunte
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Dwayne Johnson, former wrestler, actor, and father, loves posting videos with his kids on Instagram. Recently, the star posted an adorable video with youngest daughter, Tiana, as the two sit down for a tea party.

The video, which has nearly one and a half million likes, was posted to the platform over the weekend, alongside a really sweet caption.

"Man these daddy/daughter/bunny tea parties have a special way of kinda putting life into real perspective," Johnson writes.

"My 'why' becomes even more clear," the post continues. "She just turned 4 and probably won’t remember this, but I sure will."

Apparently, Tiana still doesn't believe that her father was the voice of Maui in 2016's "Moana."

"And she still refuses to believe that her daddy is actually MAUI from one of her favorite @disney movies, MOANA! She always says, 'Daddy, you’re not Maui, you’re The Rock.'"

Johnson posted pictures from Tiana's birthday celebrations back in April.

In the caption, he wrote, "She runs around NON-STOP like the little tornado she is and when it comes to eating her birthday cake, it all comes to a hard stop - meaning I have to stop doing what I’m doing when she says…"

"'Daddy feed me' 😂🙋🏽‍♂️👍🏾"

"Then the Mermaid piñata takes a beating until it’s just a hanging head. 🪅🧜🏾‍♀️🤣💀

"Happy 4th Birthday & Happy Easter, my love! My greatest joy is being your daddy."

Johnson is no stranger to tea parties.

Which probably comes with the territory of being a parent to young girls. In 2019, Johnson posted a pic of himself having a tea party with daughter Jasmine, who is now 6 years old.

And of course, Johnson's posts featuring his daughters often involve Maui in some way.

In 2020 Johnson posted a video of himself with Tiana singing along to "You're Welcome" from Moana, writing in 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."

Daughter Jasmine, on the other hand, didn't seem to impressed to learn that her father and Maui were the same person. A few years back, the actor opened up about how his daughter tried to shush him when he was proving that he was Maui.

"I said, 'You know, that’s Daddy’s voice, and I’m going to show you.'"

"Maui starts singing, and I then start singing, and within 10 seconds she’s trying to put a pillow over my mouth and says, 'You’re ruining the song,'" he told People.

But Jasmine's a little more aware of how famous her dad is these days.

"So now, what [Jasmine will] do is if she gets wind that someone is noticing me — we're at a park and kids are noticing or parents — she'll come up and grab me and she'll go, ‘Dad, come on!'"

"'They recognize you. Come, say hello. Come on, you're The Rock.'"

"So she pulls me over to this family. And she's, like, ‘Here. This is my dad.'"

In addition to his two young daughters, Johnson has a third daughter, now 20, from a previous marriage.