‘Oprah does that’: Legendary Hollywood actor mocked Dwayne Johnson for his very first rap song which was released decades before Tech N9ne’s ‘Face Off’


Hollywood has a fairly small number of superstars who get along and have the kind of chemistry that keeps people interested in their conversations. However, Dwayne Johnson and Kevin Hart who collaborated on five films and made several appearances together are separate. Although they constantly indulge in barbs, fans never tire of Hollywood friends.

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Speaking of banter, fans have seen The Rock engage in several exchanges with celebrities like Emily Blunt, Ryan Reynolds, and more. However, Hart is unmatched when it comes to making fun of his closest friend. Similar to this, he once mocked the DJ for his rap collaboration.

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The People’s Champion took to the field and brought entertainment to the public in the form of sitcoms, movies, and professional wrestling. Hollywood Megastar did, however, once work with a rapper on a track called “It Doesn’t Matter.”

In a friendship quiz, Hart was asked if he knew the name of the rapper DJ collaborated with. Additionally, The Rock highlighted the title of the song the same way he did in WWE.

It’s hilarious that Hart drew the comparison between The Rock’s “it doesn’t matter” line to Oprah Winfrey and one of his famous lines. In his words, “Well, Oprah does that when she gets out of cars. It doesn’t matter who you are, you get a car, you get a car, you get a car. He also mentioned Vanilla Ice in addition to Oprah Winfrey.

DJ finally revealed that the rapper was Wyclef Jean after some teasing and some unsuccessful guesses. For those unaware, The Rock collaborated with the $10 million rapper in 2000.

Dwayne Johnson and Wyclef’s iconic rap collaboration

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Wyclef Jean and The Rock worked together in 2000 on the name of the song “It Doesn’t Matter”. In the United States, the song peaked at number 80 on the Billboard Hot R&B/Hip-Hop Singles & Tracks list. The song debuted on the UK Singles Chart at number three in September 2000 and stayed there for 11 weeks.

But it’s not DJ’s only rap song; he also appears on Tech’s single N9ne, “Face to face”, which also features King Iso and Joey Cool as guest rappers. The virality of this song once again shows that whatever The Great One plays, it will undoubtedly be a huge hit.

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