The Rock's Dwayne Johnson says, "I could've been better," in response to criticism of the Maui wildfire fund.

Dwayne "The Rock" Johnson has vowed to "grow and do better" in the wake of criticism he received for the start of his joint Maui fundraiser with Oprah Winfrey.

The People's Fund of Maui was established in August by Johnson and Winfrey in reaction to the tragic wildfires.

To start the campaign off, the actor and former talk show presenter each gave $5 million and invited their followers to do the same.

In a video posted to his Instagram on Sunday, Johnson said, "There was some backlash when we originally announced the fund.

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"I understand that entirely, and I could have done better. And I'll do better the next time.

"When you live paycheck to paycheck, you get easily irritated." "It's frustrating," Johnson stated in his Instagram video.

Then the last thing you want to hear when you're living paycheck to paycheck is someone asking for money 


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