Mark Ruffalo slams POTUS, asks Chris Evans not to be ashamed over d**k pic: 'Trump in office. See silver lining'

'Love you both!!! And yes without question Trump is the ultimate embarrassment,' tweeted a user


                            Mark Ruffalo slams POTUS, asks Chris Evans not to be ashamed over d**k pic: 'Trump in office. See silver lining'
Mark Ruffalo and Chris Evans (Getty Images)

Actor Chris Evans set social media on fire on Saturday, September 12, when he published an Instagram story that apparently showed an image of a p***s from his camera roll and in no time 'Captain America' started trending on Twitter. Soon after this, fellow actor Mark Ruffalo came in support of Evans and asked him not to be "embarrassed" as there are bigger things to be embarrassed about.

"[email protected] Bro, while Trump is in office there is NOTHING you could possibly do to embarrass yourself. See... silver lining," said Ruffalo in a tweet, suggesting that there can be nothing more embarrassing than Trump being the President of the United States of America. And in no time, Ruffalo's tweet went viral as some praised the actor for his tweet while others slammed Evans for the picture.

A user said, "get you a friend that has your back like mark ruffalo has chris evans." Another tweeted, "So you’re saying that when trump ISN’T in office then Chris Evans could?" While another said, "Love you both!!! And yes without question Trump is the ultimate embarrassment."



 

 



 

 



 

 

Another user supported Evans saying, "I have so much respect for Chris I dont even care. Can we all just move on and focus on fires and global warming and people starving and the most corrupt president in modern history. #haveaniceweekendchris." But some complained about the picture saying, "I honestly feel bad for Chris.. Also if this was a women people would be slut shamming her, and yet here you all are basically praising him because he’s got a big (rooster picture)"



 

 



 

 

While some supported Trump saying, "The dude just got nominated TWICE this week for the Nobel Peace Prize! Oh yeah, but he sent a tweet that triggered you." "But agreed," said another user.



 

 



 

 

This wasn't the first time when Ruffalo slammed President Trump. In March 2020, during an interview with Sky News, the actor expressed concern about environment safety and said, "The world should consider my president as public enemy number one at this point." "What we do in the next 10 years will be crucial to the future of the planet. And this is only going to become more and more evident to us," he added. He also said, "It's happening all over. And we're gonna have to make people uncomfortable. We're gonna have to get radical. We're gonna have to do a peaceful, um, peaceful demonstration. Peaceful protest, peaceful actions that stop the system."

Evans and Ruffalo's friendship started when they first co-starred in Marvel's 2012 superhero film, 'The Avengers', where they played the characters of Captain America and Hulk respectively. Later, they starred together in 'Avengers: Age of Ultron' in 2015, 'Avengers: Infinity War' in 2018 and 'Avengers: Endgame' in 2019.

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