Ever scrolled through John Cena's Instagram profile and wondered what in the world was the wrestler thinking before posting that? But now, thanks to Ellen DeGeneres, we finally know what's up with Cena's cryptic Insta profile.
For those who are late to the party, the 16-time WWE world champion has a very puzzling Instagram account with a bio that pretty much explains why he does what he does.
It reads, "Welcome to my Instagram. These images will be posted without explanation, for your interpretation. Enjoy."
While Cena's meme game is hashtag relatable to many of us, his non-contextual Indian posts even have desis on-board.
Interested in solving the puzzle, Ellen DeGeneres recently confronted the champion about his Insta profile on The Ellen Show and Cena later revealed that it was, in fact, WWE which made him sign up on the photo-video sharing platform.
“I was told by WWE that I had to have an Instagram account. And I’m already on Facebook and on Twitter and I’m pretty maxed out here. I don’t know if I can do something else. (They said) ‘No, you have to have it’. Pretty much they’re telling me they have to secure the name," he told Ellen, adding, “I was like, ‘Okay if I have to do it I’m gonna do it my way’.” And the rest is history.
In the candid interview, the superstar wrestler also revealed that his first-ever photo on Instagram was a close up of his friend’s facial hair. Yep.
Cena also shed light on his popular Stone Cold parody series that he updates weekly.
"For some reason on Friday I figured it should be 'Stone Cold Friday', but you will never see 'Stone Cold' Steve Austin, it will be 'Stone Cold' something else," Cena explained.
Oh, and he also talked about a rumour of him having given birth to last month. The role of Captain America is up for grabs and some folks totally believe that he might star in the Marvel franchise next - all because of his Insta post.
"Yeah, I might have started it, I don't know," Cena confessed. "Maybe I did, maybe I didn't, but if it's out there if the Captain America people are listening and you're out there watching right now. I'll totally do it. I totally will. I think I'll be a good Captain America!"
Watch him speak here: