On Monday he posted a photo to Instagram and ruminated on being a “punk kid” with big dreams in Times Square, where the billboard for Jumanji now lives.
But another photo caught the eye of Titanic Sinclair, who works with the curious pop-art project That Poppy, a woman of undetermined origin and age who has fueled many conspiracy theories about who she is and what she does. As the Daily Dot’s Jay Hathaway wrote in August: “Is Poppy a puppet of the Illuminati, the shadowy power-brokers who allegedly control contemporary society? Is she a secret government mind control project? Is she ‘real,’ or just a PR stunt? Is someone forcing her to make YouTube videos against her will? And if so, who?”
— Titanic Sinclair (@titanicsinclair) November 13, 2017
We’re guessing the Rock didn’t know That Poppy before this fateful tweet, though he congratulated her anyway. Time to let loose a whole new pack of conspiracy theories about an upcoming Fast and Furious cameo.
Congrats on your first ever Times Square Billboard. Huge! 🙌🏾👊🏾 https://t.co/lA30Op5suQ
— Dwayne Johnson (@TheRock) November 14, 2017
Poppy just released a new music video, directed by Sinclair. The billboard appears to be promoting new music.
— Kendyl Ramsay击 (@mrs_ramsay_) November 10, 2017
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