The Rock Broke the World Record for Largest 7-Layer Dip

Dwayne “The Rock” Johnson broke a world record with his 540-pound, 7-layer fiesta dip

The Rock’s dip took four people five hours to make.

We’d like to dive chip first into this giant, 540-pound, seven-layer dip, constructed by Dwayne “The Rock” Johnson and his production team over the weekend. This is Johnson’s third Guinness World Record.

The carefully constructed layers of guacamole, beans, cheese, tomatoes, sour cream, green onions, and black olives easily surpassed the previous record of 440.925 pounds, and it could only fit in a 100-gallon fish tank. 

The Rock partnered with his YouTube studio to create this delicioso monstrosity over the course of five hours. Here’s what it’s made of: 153.6 pounds of refried beans; 76.8 quarts of sour cream; 9.6 pounds of seasoning; 76.8 pounds of cheese; 38.5 quarts of guacamole; 38.4 quarts of tomatoes; 19.2 quarts of green onion; and 37.2 quarts of black olives.


Johnson was actually not in the room when it was created, but it was his team so he took credit for it, according to Foodbeast.