Here's Why Chris Pratt Got So Much Backlash On The Internet This Weekend
A viral meme has reignited conversations about the actor's alleged political views.
This is a developing story with many moving parts that stemmed from a tweet — aka the wildest form of drama. So, without further ado, Avengers please assemble and join me on this journey about why the internet turned on Chris Pratt this weekend.Tap to play or pause GIF
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