From Voyeurism To Votes, Learn From Chris Evans To Swing It Right
Chris Evans breaking his silence — addresses the accidental NSFW Instagram post; gets people gushing and his acknowledgement receives praises and approval from the industry.
.@ChrisEvans Bro, while Trump is in office there is NOTHING you could possibly do to embarrass yourself. See… silver lining.— Mark Ruffalo (@MarkRuffalo) September 13, 2020
48 hours of internet meltdown, following the accidental Instagram post of Chris Evans’ camera roll featuring a NSFW pic, has resulted in the actor finally opening up about it.
Chris Evans breaks the silence
Monday night saw Chris Evans tweet to the world, finally addressing the dick pic frenzy and he couldn’t have come up with a better way to shine through the last few harrowing hours.
The actor tweeted, “Now that I have your attention 🤦🏻♂️🤷🏻♂️…. VOTE Nov 3rd!!!”
Chris Evans has been extremely vocal about his aversion towards the current President of the US-Donald Trump.
In a bid to finally acknowledge the accidental NSFW photograph on Instagram, Captain America took it upon himself to boost the voter turnout for the upcoming presidential elections.
While breaking silence, Chris Evans’ acknowledgement broke the internet too.
The Marvel superstar’s name became trending on Twitter over the weekend, after he posted a video of his camera roll with one of the photographs being of a dick. He deleted the post immediately but the netizens turned out to be way faster than him.
Caught him in the act, did we?
However, many people tried to put attention to his philanthropic work and other things in his life, in general, to take away the attention from the accidental post in order to save him from embarrassment.
Grabbing the perfect opportunity
His latest acknowledgement has received immense support from his Co-actors and others in the industry. While Chris Evans has often blatantly been a staunch critic of the US President, he has been considerably active in discussing politics.
Grabbing the opportunity to encourage responsible voting?