Dwayne Johnson, better known as The Rock, has asked the Grevin Museum in Paris to modify his waxwork after backlash over skin tone. Following the internet's savage mockery of Grevin Museum's waxwork depiction of the actor, Dwayne Johnson took to Instagram to announce that his team would be contacting the institution to request adjustments. 'Welcome Home' John Cena Greets Dwayne 'The Rock' Johnson After the Latter Makes A Comeback in WWE After Four Years (See Post).

He wrote, "For the record, I'm going to have my team reach out to our friends at Grevin Museum, in Paris France. so we can work on updating my wax figure here with some important details and improvements- starting with my skin colour. And next time I'm in Paris, I'll stop in and have a drink with myself." In response to that, the museum has stated on Instagram that they are working on it, as per CNN. Fast X Part 2: Dwayne Johnson Confirms Next Installment Will Be a Hobbs Movie; The Rock Reveals How He and Vin Diesel Resolved Differences for Fans.

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According to CNN, the museum was accused of 'whitewashing' the actor's image. Johnson's late father, wrestler Rocky Johnson, was of Black Nova Scotian origin, and his mother, Ata Maivia, is Samoan. According to the museum's original information about the wax figure, "after Dwayne Johnson was chosen at the first edition of the Grevin Awards, sculptor Stephane Barret had to rely on photos and videos to create a statue as close to reality as possible, without the presence of the international star."