- Dwayne “The Rock” Johnson shared a video of himself singing “You’re Welcome” from the 2016 Disney movie “Moana” – in which the actor voiced Maui – for a 3-year-old boy named Hyrum Harris who’s battling acute lymphoblastic leukemia.
- “He is a fighter and right now, this little boy is in the fight of his life,” Johnson said in a video posted on Instagram on Monday.
- The “Jungle Cruise” star said that he heard Harris watches the animated movie “almost 10 times a day because the character you love, Maui, gives you strength.”
- Johnson sang a piece of “You’re Welcome” then told Harris, “Stay strong, and thanks for inspiring everybody around you, Hyrum, including myself.”
- He also shared an additional message on Instagram, which included a photo of the child’s reaction upon seeing Johnson’s video.
- Watch the video below.
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There’s a little 3 year old boy out there named, Hyrum Harris. Diagnosed with acute lymphoblastic leukemia which is complicated by Down Syndrome. In the fight of his life right now and doing his best to stay strong – by watching MOANA up to 10xs a day because the character he loves, MAUI makes him feel strong. According to Hyrum’s mama, his most important thing to say now is, I STRONG. Yes you are big man. Yes you are. Hyrum, I know I’m a complete stranger to you – who sounds a lot like your hero, MAUI (only with a very large head), but myself along with millions of other strangers who will watch this video are sending you so much love, strength and mana your way. I STRONG. Love, the Rock aka the dude who sounds a lot like Maui.