Dwayne Johnson and Kevin Hart help Taylor Swift promote his latest re-recordings in a new TikTok video!
The 50-year-old actor and 43-year-old comedian were enjoying some of Swift’s tunes in a new video that was posted on The Rock’s TikTok page.
The duo can be seen sitting next to each other as they listen to Swift’s music while taking a press break for their latest animated film, DC League of Super Pets.
While wearing his headphones, Hart asks Johnson, “DJ, what are you listening to?”
Johnson casually replies, “Bad Blood, Taylor’s Version.”
Hart pretends he didn’t hear him, yelling back, “Go to the doctor. Your blood ain’t as bad as you think. You just need a break, mate.”
” And you ? What are you listening to? The Rock replies, as Hart informs him, “Message in a Bottle, Taylor’s Version.”
Johnson then notes that the re-recorded version appears at “the end of our movie, Super-Pets”, as they exchange high-fives.
Swift apparently endorsed the post by appearing in the comments section and writing, “Let my friend Dwayne support ethical versions of my songs.”
She continued, “Good luck with the movie!!” The singer then gave a subtle nod to her “The Man” music video which featured Johnson, noting “Ur the man.”
The verified Taylor Nation Twitter account confirmed that “Message In A Bottle” (Taylor’s version) and “Bad Blood” (Taylor’s version) appear in the animated film.
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The Swifties are well aware of the delicate situation between Swift and talent manager and record executive Scooter Braun, who sold his catalog of six studio albums to Shamrock Holdings for more than $300 million.
Hoping to own her own music, Swift began re-recording her masters and releasing new versions of albums. Without fear and Redas well as re-recordings of singles “Wildest Dreams”, “This Love”, and a 10-minute version of “All Too Well” which featured a short.
“Bad Blood” could become the last reissue that will be available to fans, but so far it is unknown when it will be available for streaming.