Dwayne “The Rock” Johnson shared a snap to social media with his three-year-old daughter and he was soon attacked by the online trolls.

The photo showed his little girl naked, perched on the side of a swimming pool, just before jumping off into daddy’s arms.

Now, the 47-year-old dad has been forced to take the photo down, after being trolled over the ‘inappropriate’ snap.

The star deleted it shortly afterward when people criticised him over the fact that his daughter wasn’t wearing a bathing suit.

“Why is she naked though?” wrote one person. “I love the Rock but this pic isn’t necessary for social media. They made bathing suits for a reason,” added another.

Others insisted that keeping such a photo off the internet is about protecting the child.

“I’d never post a pic of my child naked in a pool on social media…I understand the message that is being conveyed but there are some messed up people out there,” one commenter wrote.

“Why would you expose a young child’s body to millions of people?” another added.

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We know Pink copped similar backlash after she shared a photo of little Jameson without any pants on. Read more here.

What do you think? Too much or are people just being too precious?

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  • In this day and age Why would you post a photo like that anyway?


  • Privacy is a must! Unfortunately you have to be these days being a celebrity even if you do want to please all your fans.


  • Dangerous thing to post in todays society.


  • If he has to take the photos down well that’s what he had to do


  • I thought he was smarter than that? It really wasn’t using much common sense. I have naked pics of my son when he was that age but I certainly wouldn’t share them.


  • I wouldn’t post such pictures and I don’t… but I also don’t follow The Rock. So he can do what he wants.


  • I don’t post any pictures on any site of my family – what we look like is our own business. don’t get trolled that way either.


  • I don’t support trolling but I also don’t think it is appropriate to post such photos online. You don’t know what sick sites those pictures are ending up on or what sick things people are doing with them.


  • Would never post on the net as who knows what becomes of them. These pictures belong within the family if taken. Those in the public eye are subject to so much attention.


  • I feel sorry for all celebrities, they get trolled for everything.
    He obviously thought there was nothing but innocents in posting the video but theses days… it’s just not worth the risk

    • Trolling is awful and I do not understand why people waste their precious energy being negative.


  • I don’t think it takes much to realise you will have a lot of back lash from the public if you are a celebrity (or anyone for that matter) posting these photos.


  • I think all parents have photos of their little ones running around / swimming naked but I personally wouldn’t post them on social media just in case. The world has become a really scary place


  • It’s sad that we have to be so cautious in everything these days


  • I agree that as a celebrity, you have to be doubly careful of what you post on social media. Especially when it comes to kids.


  • There seems to be too much risk of photo shopping and blackmailing these days. Maybe for your own peace of mind be careful about personal photos you put om social media at all.


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