Once upon a time, before Chris “The Worst of His Name” Pratt found Jesus and subsequently got so lost in his own sauce that he had the audacity to compare himself to him; he was married to and had a son with Anna Faris. But they ended up divorcing, both to eventually remarry. And these days, Chris has a habit of barfing out saccharine social media posts about his current wife, Katherine Schwarzenegger, so it was par for the course that he hunt-and-pecked out a Mother’s Day tribute calling her an amazing mom to their two daughters and stepmom to his son, Jack. Though Chris did include his mom and mother-in-law in the post as well, he didn’t mention Jack’s actual mom, Anna; and his comment section went wild with accusations that he had intentionally shaded her.
For many, Chris Pratt has firmly cemented himself as The Worst Chris™ (movie edition; Chris Brown exists) for a wide array of offenses like bastardizing our beloved childhood characters, being a member of an anti-LGBTQ church, thanking his wife, Katherine Schwarzenegger for their “healthy daughter” while also having a medically fragile son with his ex-wife Anna Faris, and railing against his “woke” critics. Though if you asked him, he’d still probably say it was only because he’s super vocal about loving him some Jesus. The never shutting up about that is undoubtedly part of it, and right on cue, he’s at it again by citing scripture and comparing his struggle with detractors to Jesus’.
We’re not going to have Worst Chris to kick around anymore because Chris Pratt has decided he doesn’t want to be any kind of Chris anymore. According to Entertainment Weekly, Chris wholeheartedly rejects his given name and would prefer the world address him as “Pratt. CP. You know, CP. ‘Hey, CP.'” Pratt, or CP.” Presumably still acceptable are Worst Garfield, Worst Avenger, Worst Super Mario Brother, and Worst Artist Formerly Known as Chris.