Dwayne 'The Rock' Johnson warns fans about Facebook scam: 'Be smart, vigilant and don’t engage'

Dwayne “The Rock” Johnson is warning his fans to be on the lookout for a Facebook scam involving his name.

“There has been a ton of fake imposters setting up fake Facebook accounts in my name asking you guys for money and in return promising fresh cash and cars," the 46-year-old star explained in a short video clip, which he posted on Instagram.

Johnson didn’t mince words, calling the impostors “real pieces of s--t.”

“There has been an extraordinary amount of people actually engaging with these people, and sending in money,” he continued. “Do not send them money.”

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Johnson added, “Look, maybe because you guys think I’m a nice guy and I like to give stuff away — I do — but look, I would never, ever, ask you guys for money just to give you guys free stuff.”

The actor also shared a personal anecdote about his own life.

“I’m the guy who was evicted at 15, as you guys know, by 23 I had seven bucks in my pocket,” he admitted. “I value a hard-earned dollar and I would never ask you guys for money.”

Johnson then urged caution, telling his followers: “Be vigilant, be smart, question it, report it.”

“I’ve got the feds working on it now,” he added.