Note to Lauren Hashian:
You are a very lucky woman.
This isn't exactly an Earth-shattering statement, considering Hashian has been dating Dwayne Johnson for years and everyone knows Dwayne Johnson is awesome.
But now we have a new reason to think Dwayne Johnson is awesome.
And all women around the world, especially, have a new reason to think Dwayne Johnson is awesome.
Because Dwayne Johnson loves to provide his sexual partner with as much pleasure as possible.
We now know this due to the action star's response to an old DJ Khaled interview that went viral late last week.
In this chat with a radio program from 2015 that surfaced on Friday, Khaled said simply that he never goes down on a woman in bed.
"I don't do that," the overweight musician said about the intimate act, explaining that he does expect his mate to wrap her lips around his private part.
Why the contrasting beliefs?
How does Khaled justify these stances?
Be warned, readers, you may vomit upon reading his reply:
“It’s different rules for men,” he said. “You gotta understand, we the king.
"There’s some things that y’all might not wanna do, but it got to get done. I just can’t do what you want me to do. I just can’t.”
No one should be made to do what he or she does not want to do, of course.
But there are "different rules for men" because the are "the king?"
First, we feel awful here for Khaled's wife, Nicole Tuck.
Two, well, take it away, Johnson...
"Ahem.. *clears throat* as a man, I take great pride in mastering ALL performances," the former wrestler Tweeted as a response to this story, concluding:
"This is probably a little TMI.. I will now quietly excuse myself from this fun thread."
We really didn't need another reason to think Johnson quite possibly the coolest man alive -- but now we have one!
Elsewhere, Khaled's remark drew ire and analysis from a handful of other celebrities.
For example, Westworld actress Evan Rachel Wood, who came out in 2011 as bisexual, also called out the hip-hop producer for his oral sex comments.
"You're seriously missing out man," she Tweeted. "Take it from someone who has pride and thoroughly enjoys pleasuring women. You should grow up."
In his original interview, Khaled did acknowledge that "a man should praise the queen."
Sounds great, right?
But not when you listen a bit further:
"My way of praising is called, 'How was dinner? You like the house you living in? You like all them clothes you getting? I'm taking care of your family, I'm taking care of my family.'
"You know, I'm putting in the work."
We know 2018 sucks in many ways, DJ Khaled.
But ignore who's in the White House and what approximately 38 percent of the country thinks these days.
Stop living in 1918 and try to see women as your equal. It really isn't that difficult.