Robert Downey Jr Comes Out In Support Of Chris Pratt After Twitter Tried To Cancel Him

Robert Downey Jr. as Tony Stark in Avengers: Infinity War

Robert Downey Jr. came out in support of his Marvel Cinematic Universe colleague and friend, Chris Pratt after Twitter tried to cancel him.

This was such a strange thing to happen to Chris Pratt.

Amy Berg asked on Twitter which of the famous Chrises should be removed from the group.

This started a barrage of cancel Chris Pratt tweets, which I thought came out of nowhere.

There was a whole story behind why people were upset with Chris Pratt.

I won’t go into the whole thing here.

I did it in a previous article, so you can go and read that one here and find out what the whole deal is with people not liking Chris Pratt.

To cut a long story short, people are a bit misinformed when it comes to Chris Pratt.

His MCU buddy, Robert Downey Jr, took to Instagram to support Chris.

Robert Downey Jr. support Chris Pratt after Twitter tried to cancel him

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Here’s what Robert Downey Jr. said about his MCU friend, Chris Pratt:

What a world… The “sinless” are casting stones at my #brother, Chris Pratt… A real #Christian who lives by #principle, has never demonstrated anything but #positivity and #gratitude… AND he just married into a family that makes space for civil discourse and (just plain fact) INSISTS on service as the highest value.
If you take issue with Chris,,, I’ve got a novel idea.
Delete your social media accounts, sit with your OWN defects of #character, work on THEM, then celebrate your humanness… @prattprattpratt I #gotyerbackbackback

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