John Cena isn’t just the only person in America who will appear trendy in jorts. Besides, he supports adolescent activism. The wrestler-turned-actor hosted the 2018 Nickelodeon Kids’ Choice Awards Saturday night and started the series with a shout-out to the millions of teenagers who dared to end gun violence earlier in the afternoon. “I only wish to have a minute to celebrate what children throughout the country realized now,”
Cena stated as he started the series, and have a minute he did. Although he did not mention firearms specifically, he’d state, “Change is only possible when all of our work together. And it’s so inspirational to see children take control! That’s the true soul of Nickelodeon and the Children’ Choice Awards.” It is correct, although not around gun violence per se, Nickelodeon, and the Children’ Choice Awards have been champions of resolving issues not with firearms, but with slime. Slime Cena got covered in.
However, he was not the only one in the awards change.
The celebrity of Netflix’s hit show Stranger Things wore a shirt which said “Never Again” and contained on the back the names of the 17 victims who lost their lives from the shooting at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School on February 14. She spoke of being motivated by the marchers, which she would like to use her stage to “create a positive difference and help affect change.” She then devoted her award to the victims of last month’s shooting, stating “”for those angels among us, your soul lives on. That can be for you.”