Hollywood actor Chris Pratt refuses to cave to cancel culture.
After posting a photo to social media with his wife Katherine Schwarzenegger and their “healthy” daughter, Pratt immediately received backlash.
“Some fans interpreted the message as an indirect insult toward his previous wife Anna Faris and the son they share,” Fox News reports.
Despite receiving backlash, Pratt “ignored cancel culture.”
Instead, the 42-year-old actor said he decided to go for a run in the woods and listen to some Christian music.
“I knew that if I put on my Christian music playlist and I got out in the woods and ran, that I’d feel better. But I just didn’t want to,” Pratt explained.
“Gosh was I right! It felt amazing!” Pratt said. “God sat there right next to me.”
Pratt said the experience made him “get emotional.”
“Felt like there was another in the fire standing next to me… That moment really captured me. And so I just want to say, all glory to God!”
“Get some exercise, maybe listen to some good worship music and or maybe get the word in because it really helped me this morning,” Pratt recommended to his fans.
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On Tuesday, in his tribute to Schwarzenegger, Pratt shared a photo of him and his wife wrapping their arms around each other. Schwarzenegger, 31, gazed lovingly at her husband while he smiled for the camera…/blockquote>
Pratt then joked that while his wife helps him “with everything,” he returns the favor “periodically” by opening “a jar of pickles.”
Some fans interpreted the message as an indirect insult toward his previous wife Anna Faris and the son they share.
“You do know you have a son, right?” a follower said in reference to Pratt’s 9-year-old son Jack. “Should he also be a greatest treasure?” Jack has gone through some health issues after being born prematurely, the New York Post’s Page Six reported.
“For me if was the emphasis on ‘healthy child’ like your firstborn is lesser in your eyes,” suggested a commenter. “You need to go read that sentence thru HIS eyes & apologize to him bcuz your wording was cruel Dude…”
“Wait… you might not get her anything?!” another asked.
“Met in church, but you left your first wife for her, sooo I wouldn’t call you Mr. holy,” yet another jabbed.