Proficient wrestler, comedic performing artist, and committed understudy of Mandarin John Cena has an essential Fourth of July message. The video, implanted above, is a PSA from the non-benefit amass Ad Council and the #WeAreAmerica battle.
"Half the nation has a place with minority bunches," says Cena, halfway through the promotion. "Individuals who are lesbian, African American, bi, transgender, and Native American, and pleased with it. All things considered, likewise American than an opportunity to commend the things that make us. This year, patriotism shouldn't simply be about the pride of a nation. It ought to be about affection. Love past age, handicap, sexuality, race, religion, and some other names. Since the second any of us judge individuals in light of those marks, we're not so much being devoted, would we say we are?"
In spite of being one of the best ace wrestlers ever, John Cena has spent a large portion of his vocation as a punchline amongst fans. Cena performs silly raps. He wears shorts with enough denim to shut down a JNCO processing plant. What's more, maybe most damningly, he's the ethical focus of a rearranged reality in which tore men and ladies put on a show to pound each other to propel their professions.
Be that as it may, as of late, the entertainers turned a corner with viewers, and cut a spot in the most extensive domain of popular society — maybe in light of the fact that he's been permitted by his bosses to have an identity past his WWE character. Furthermore, that identity is a socially cognizant, shrewd, and entertaining individual from society.
For quite a long time, wrestling fans loathed Cena in light of the fact that he was intended for children to turn upward too. Presently Cena is utilizing that status to share a positive message, one that matters long ways past the squared circle.