Dwayne Johnson and Others Commemorate 20th anniversary of the Tragic 9/11

The post contains the pictures of the victims, drawn over the New York skyline, with the Twin Towers visible

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Dwayne Douglas Johnson or the Rock, who is the 2nd most followed individual on Instagram recently reposted a collage of art. Commemorating the 20th anniversary of the tragic event, while asking the world to ‘Never Ever Forget’. The post contains the pictures of the victims, drawn over the New York skyline, with the Twin Towers visible.

Johnson is the most followed American man on Instagram, with 268 million followers, where he posts fitness routines and family moments, as well as breaking news about his projects that would have previously been announced through studio press releases. The Rock has been listed as one of the all-time greatest professional wrestlers. He is also described as, the WWE’s biggest star and probably who has the greatest international appeal.

Back in 2002, The Rock made his leading-role debut in The Scorpion King, and he was paid $5.5 million to do it. For a first-time above-the-title name, that sum was the most ever paid. The Rock is a dual citizen of the United States and Canada. In 2009, he became a half Canadian citizen in recognition of his Canadian ancestry.

On the 20th anniversary of the terrorist attacks on September 11, celebrities from all walks of life have paid respect to the victims.

Mariah Carey, Priyanka Chopra, Mark Wahlberg, and Kaley Cuoco are among the celebrities who have taken to social media to express their sorrow. On Saturday, US President Joe Biden and First Lady Jill joined the Obamas and Clintons in a moment of sadness at the annual 9/11 Commemoration Ceremony. The American National Anthem will be played at Guard Change at Windsor Castle at 11 a.m. GMT, as announced by Britain’s Queen Elizabeth.

With 2,977 innocent people killed, including 340 firefighters and 72 police officers, and over 25,000 injured, it remains the deadliest terrorist attack in human history.

Two planes collided with the Twin Towers in Manhattan, and a third collided with the Pentagon outside of Washington, DC. The

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