Chris Pratt Apologizes To Hard Of Hearing Fans

The reigning nicest guy in Hollywood continues to hold his title.

Chris Pratt found himself in another social media controversy earlier in the week when he posted a video to Instagram in which he encouraged fans to "listen with the volume on instead of reading the subtitles," according to Buzzfeed.

After criticism from hearing-impaired fans started rolling in, Pratt deleted the offending video and made another one in which he apologized in sign language.

Pratt's apology post also included a long written message, explaining how he just didn't want people to "scroll past the video on mute," but he didn't realize how "incredibly insensitive" that was to "the many folks out there who depend on subtitles."

"So truly from the bottom of my heart I apologize. Thanks for pointing this out to me. In the future I'll try to be a little less ignorant about it," the Guardians of the Galaxy (2014) star also said.

The #WhatsMySnack creator then reassured everyone that nobody forced him to make this apology, writing, "As always I control my social media. Nobody else. And I am doing this because I'm actually really sorry. Apologies are powerful. I don't dole them out Willy-Nilly. This is one of those moments where I screwed up and here's me begging your pardon. I hope you accept my apology."

Pratt ended the message with a call to action to Instagram, asking them to add "some kind of technology to automatically add subtitles to its videos."

This is the second time in a few weeks that Pratt has owned up to a goof on social media. He took to Twitter recently to acknowledge some clumsy remarks he made in his Men's Fitness interview about blue collar workers being under-represented in Hollywood.

"That was actually a pretty stupid thing to say. I'll own that. There's a ton of movies about blue collar America," he tweeted.

Chris Pratt, as always, is the best.