Chris Pratt Receives Flak on Twitter for Wearing a T-Shirt With a Controversial Symbol
Chris Pratt receives flak for wearing a controversial t-shirt. (Photo Credits: Twitter)

Chris Pratt has run into trouble again for his political views. The Avengers: Endgame actor was snapped wearing a T-Shirt that has irked users on social media. The actor's t-shirt showed the US flag along with a coiled snake. The message on his t-shirt reads, “Don’t Tread On Me.” The snake combo that is seen on Pratt's T-shirt is also depicted on the Gadsden flag; a symbol created by Christopher Gadsden, a Charleston-born brigadier general in the Continental Army. Chris Pratt And Katherine Schwarzenegger's Honeymoon Tales in Hawaii Is All About Relaxing - Read Details!

It came to prominence during the Revolutionary War of the US by colonists who wanted independence from Great Britain. The T-shirt has now got everyone talking and Twitter has been quick to criticise the 40-year-old after he was spotted wearing it. The symbol is being criticised because it has been adopted by Far Right political groups like the Tea Party, as well as gun-toting supporters of the Second Amendment.

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On the work front, Pratt has most recently been promoting the first trailer of Pixar’s new animation Onward in which he plays one of two teenage elf brothers, alongside Tom Holland.