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Chris Pratt denies writing ‘offensive’ Twitter posts containing slurs and racist comments: ‘Totally false’

Chris Pratt had denied posting ‘racist’ and ‘misogynistic’ tweets tat have been circulating online.

The Marvel star’s representatives shut down claims that the actor had shared the alleged posts between 2012 and 2013 that have been going viral on Twitter.

Screenshot of the alleged tweets saw posts that contained the N-word and racist comments directed at Muslims.

His reps said in the statement to TMZ: ‘Chris never tweeted the offensive things that are being circulated today. Any suggestion that he did is not only totally false but also defamatory.

Elsewhere, a spokesperson for Twitter also stated that they ‘strongly believe these [tweets] to be fake.’

However it was confirmed that one Tweet from 2012 was real as the actor wrote: ‘#MissUniverse In a way they all look like Miss Hungry’.

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The false claims come months after the Marvel star was dubbed ‘the worst Hollywood Chris’ in a viral Twitter poll (Picture: ©Marvel Studios 2017)

The latest online drama comes after the star found himself being dubbed ‘Hollywood’s worst Chris’ in a controversial Twitter debate.

Back in October, an Instagram post went viral, asking fans to decide on which asked people ‘which Hollywood Chris is the best’, pitting the Guardians of the Galaxy star against Marvel co-stars Chris Evans and Chris Hemsworth, as well as Chris Pine.

The 41-year-old came bottom of the pile, with wife Katherine Schwarzenegger, Robert Downey Jr, and Mark Ruffalo among those blasting the initial poll.

Chris tried to make light of the issue several weeks later in an Instagram post.

 


Credit: Original article published here.

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