Dwayne 'The Rock' Johnson deletes tweet saying Boris Johnson is his cousin 1 month ago

Dwayne 'The Rock' Johnson deletes tweet saying Boris Johnson is his cousin

"Tequila on me, Britain."

Dwayne 'The Rock' Johnson has deleted a tweet claiming that he and Boris Johnson are cousins.

The actor took to Twitter to praise the new British Prime Minister today, saying that they were, in fact, "cousins (though we clearly look more like twins.)"

He also said that he enjoyed Boris's line in his speech that said: "The people are our bosses."

"100 percent agree," he wrote. "The people/audience/consumer will always matter most. #ourboss."

The Rock swiftly deleted his tweet after it became apart that people did not want he and Boris Johnson to be related at all.

He then clarified that the pair were not cousins and thanked his fans for educating him on the matter.

"Well according to the people, maybe we're not related after all," he said.

"Big mahalo to my people who I can always rely on to give me the real talk and swift perspective & education on the individual I did not know.

"Tequila on me, Britain."

This comes after The Rock announced that, despite much support, he would never be able to run for president in the United States. 

The actor, wrestler, and all round sound guy said that he would never be able to run for office because Kevin Hart would mess up his campaign.

You can probably pull it back, man.

Give it a shot.