Howard Stern Offers Some Blunt Political Advice For Dwayne Johnson, Matthew McConaughey
Radio personality Howard Stern offered some calming guidance for superstars considering pursuing political position on his SiriusXM show Wednesday.
Harsh cautioned how possible competitors ―, for example, entertainers Dwayne "The Rock" Johnson and Matthew McConaughey, who have both communicated interest in entering legislative issues ― could sully their nonpartisan appearances by really standing firm on certain troublesome issues.
"Jumanji" star Johnson has previously floated running for president. Also, "Wizardry Mike" entertainer McConaughey said in March that he's considering running for legislative head of Texas, his home state.
"You understand what it is with these folks is that they don't see, when you pursue position, you really need to offer an input," said Stern, as per the New York Daily News. "Like this person, The Rock. Flawless person, I've met him. He's the most noncontroversial individual you'll at any point meet."
In any case, Stern advised that the tide could rapidly change on Johnson once the grappler turned-entertainer stood firm on a policy driven issue, for example, early termination rights: "Oh no. Unexpectedly, individuals don't care for The Rock."
He added that McConaughey would confront comparable issues in the event that he were posed an inquiry about firearm control, given his past promotion on the issue.
"When he responds to that, a big part of Texas will take him and toss him out a window," Stern said.