Entertainer Chris Pratt as of late denied charges that he went to Hillsong megachurch,
the outrage ridden foundation infamous for supposed enemy of LGBTQ perspectives and gay change treatment among other high-profile discussions.
Pratt, 43, denied the claims during a meeting with Men's Health for its July-August main story,
saying that he has never been to the church nor does he know anyone from the congregation, which once attracted the likes of Justin Bieber.
“I never went to Hillsong,” said the “Jurassic World Dominion” star, who has been the subject of several controversies in the past.
"I've never really been to Hillsong. I don't know anybody from that congregation."
In 2019, "Umbrella Academy" star Elliot Page was quite possibly the earliest individual to hammer Pratt over his alleged connections to Hillsong after the
"Vindicators" star showed up on Stephen Colbert to discuss his confidence.
“If you are a famous actor and you belong to an organization that hates a certain group of people, don’t be surprised if someone simply wonders why it’s not addressed
who emerged as a trans man in 2020. "Being hostile to LGBTQ is off-base, there aren't different sides. The harm it causes is extreme. Full stop. Sending adoration to all."
“It has recently been suggested that I belong to a church which ‘hates people’ and is ‘infamously anti-LGBTQ.
Pratt let Men's Health know that assaults on his confidence began after an acknowledgment discourse at the 2018 MTV Movie and TV Awards,
where he said: "God is genuine. God loves you, God needs awesome for you. Trust that; I do."
The "Parks and Rec" alum conceded that perhaps the language was a lot for some.
"Perhaps it was pride for me to stand up on the stage and express the things that I said," he told the magazine. "I don't know I contacted anyone."
“Religion has been oppressive as f–k for a long time … I think there’s a distinction between being religious … and using it to control people, to take money from people, to abuse children, to steal land, to justify hatred. Whatever it is,” Pratt told Men’s Health.
“Religion has been oppressive as f–k for a long time … I think there’s a distinction between being religious
and using it to control people, to take money from people, to abuse children, to steal land, to justify hatred. Whatever it is,” Pratt told Men’s Health.
I expressed something like, 'Find somebody who takes a gander at you the manner in which my better half glances at me.'
And then, at that point, I gave her some poo in the thing and said, 'Yet I love you. I'm so grateful for my better half — she gave me a wonderful, solid girl.
That is f–ked up. My son’s gonna read that one day. He’s nine. And it’s etched in digital stone. It really f–king bothered me, dude.