Evidence of Awesome-ness?

I came across a story from Access Hollywood, via Yahoo.com, author Erin O’Sullivan, singing the praises of Dwayne “The Rock” Johnson based on something he shared on Instagram:

Here's a fun story to start your week off... I'm driving to set in my pick up truck - music blasting - I'm singing away like I'm having a one man party in my truck - then I hear a loud BANG. What the hell..? Look in my rear view and see I sideswiped another pick up that was parked in the street and destroyed the side mirror. First thing I thought was, "Aw shit.. someone's not gonna be happy..". I flipped a U-turn and drove back to scene. Just as I got out of my truck a guy was walking across the street to his truck. I said "Sir, is this your truck?". He stopped and stared at me for a good 5 seconds, looked around his neighborhood, looked back at me and "Yes it is. Why?". I said "Well, sorry to tell ya I sideswiped it and knocked the hell outta your mirror and may have done even more damage. You give me your info and I'll leave you mine and I'll take care of everything". He stared at me again, cocked his head sideways and said.."Uhhh.. Are you The Rock?". I said "Yup". He broke out into a huge smile and said "Wow, this is gonna be an awesome story!". I started belly laughing at that, then he started laughing and before you know it we're both standing in the middle of the street pointing to his mirror and laughing like two ol' crazy buddies. I checked back in with him a few days later and he refused to accept any money and said he fixed the damage himself. Want to thank Mr. Audie Bridges of Wakefield, Mass. for being so cool about the whole thing. Life is funny cause you never know who you're gonna run into... and sure as hell never know who's truck you're gonna sideswipe while driving to work.

A photo posted by therock (@therock) on Jun 15, 2015 at 8:02am PDT

Here’s where I saw this:

https://www.yahoo.com/movies/s/dwayne-johnson-hits-parked-truck-responds-awesomely-course-150710852.html

I don’t know The Rock and for all I know he may be a great role model and awesome guy. But to use an unspectacular event like this as an example of ‘awesome’ to me seems like a stretch. This guy is a public figure, making lots of money, with a lot more to lose if he is identified not doing the right thing then the average person. Commendable that he did the right thing, sure, but awesome?

Alex Green