Kofi replied via Twitter:
"Ah, nothing like exaggeration in the media! Tell em that you received a piece of career advice, they print you're being mentored! As honored as I would be were that the case, i must say, regrettably, it's untrue!"
Here's what Kofi said in the article:
"I met him when he first came back last year. He's real cool. He had some advice for me, I had a chance to pick his brain a bit ... I spoke to him about certain things about the business, just general questions about how he got to where he was. Obviously you see a guy like The Rock, you see his success, you want to know exactly - from his mind and his mouth - how he got there, because I want to emulate that. If you don't want the success The Rock has had, then you probably shouldn't be in the WWE."
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