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- On the Teen Vogue cover, he is referred to as the “King of Manifesting,” because he has achieved everything he sought after in his life.
- “I really don’t think there’s anything in my life right now or any accomplishments that I have that I didn’t manifest,” the star said in his interview with Teen Vogue.
- Rock was also featured as part of Nike’s Pride Month Be True campaign.
- He stated that growing up on the internet was “the most traumatizing thing” he’s ever done and that his “flamboyant persona” was a defense mechanism.
- “Being ‘brown, gay and an immigrant’ has opened him up to trolls and criticism,” wrote GMA News.
- “It’s my coping mechanism to be unapologetic, not giving a f*ck, to be loud,” said Rock. “Me just putting on whatever I want to wear today, people find confidence in that. But to me, I’m just coping.”
- As of this writing, he has over 17 million followers on Instagram, 12.1 million followers on TikTok and 8.71 million subscribers on YouTube.