– The Rock‘s “Dwanta Claus” alter ego was featured on Entertainment Weekly and is set to hit newsstands next week. You can check out some photos here:
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Get ready all races and ages. Naughty or nice (hopefully both), @DwantaClaus is coming in hot. Check out our new @entertainmentweekly cover on stands next week. Had a blast! Let’s spread some much needed worldwide holiday JOY. Ps, Dwanta likes tequila so kindly have that ready for me when I come down your chimney. ??? *check out the great story in the link in my bio.
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Jingle bell, jingle bell, jingle bell ROCK! ????#DwayneJohnson is spreading holiday cheer as the star of our new cover, opening up about his past struggles, current triumphs, and future plans. Click the link in our bio for more. ?: @aspictures for EW #TheRock #DwantaClaus
– Speaking of Christmas, WWE announced that Titus O’Neil will be hosting his 8th annual Joy of Giving event on Saturday, December 23rd in Tampa, Florida. All benefits will go to those who are struggling financially during the holiday season, and the free event will take place at Raymond James Stadium:
Titus O’Neil to join Tampa’s Joy of Giving
Titus O’Neil will help bring joy to the Tampa, Fla., area this holiday season when he hosts the eighth annual Joy of Giving on Saturday, Dec. 23. Those who are struggling financially this holiday season are invited to the free event at Tampa’s Raymond James Stadium from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. to receive Christmas toys while enjoying food, games, entertainment and more.
“I’m excited to see how this day not only impacts the families involved, but also demonstrates the power and love that reside in our Tampa Bay community,” said O’Neil.
The Joy of Giving aims to create an experience that provides lasting impact for all attendees beyond the immediate happiness associated with receiving a Christmas present. Connection to vital community resources and information will be available to uplift and enrich the lives of those in the Tampa Bay area.
“Joy of Giving always proves to be a fantastic addition to our very charitable community,” said Tampa Mayor Bob Buckhorn. “At a time when so many are less fortunate, we look to organizations like this one to spread holiday cheer to Tampa’s youth. I look forward to seeing this city come together to give back this holiday season.”
In addition to lead sponsor Elder Automotive Group, a multitude of corporations, public servants, first responders, nonprofits and local churches have joined together to celebrate the power of how caring for one another can unite a community.
Each child who registers is given an opportunity to choose a new, unwrapped gift for the holidays. For many, it is the only gift they will receive.
Want to know how to help? Become a sponsor, conduct a toy drive, volunteer or donate to Joy of Giving. For more information, visit JoyofGivingTampa.com.