Following Mark Wahlberg’s Super Bowl performance, fans have expressed their “embarrassed” reactions, and everyone responds in the same way.

After the Super Bowl ended last night, there’s a lot to process. Aside from the nerve-wracking antics on the field, there was the usual amount of intrigue that would make headlines happening off the pitch.

Usher performed his halftime act, Taylor Swift attended to support Travis Kelce, and there was the usual barrage of weird advertisements and trailers for future films.

The much-anticipated De.adpool 3 trailer, which was in the latter category, was accompanied by a Mark Wahlberg advertisement that truly got the internet buzzing.

It should come as no surprise to anyone to learn that actor Mark Wahlberg is a man of discipline and faith.

The movie business has not been especially open to the Hollywood star’s remarks, even though he has previously talked about the role that God plays in his life. Wahlberg said this less than a year ago:

‘I will not give up on my religious beliefs, but I also do not want to force them on anyone.’ The sin is far more grave than that.

‘I know it’s not popular in my field, but I can’t help but stand by what I believe in. It is really important to me to share this kind of information with others.

Since my friends follow different religious and cultural traditions and come from a wide range of backgrounds, it is important to respect and recognize them as well.

\Despite this, a lot of people were perplexed and even made fun of by a commercial starring Mark Wahlberg that aired on Friday night during the Super Bowl festivities in Nevada.

The fifty-two-year-old person worked with TBN anchor Jonathan Roumie, of The Chosen, to promote the Catholic app Hallow.

‘God, we take this moment just to give You thanks because we are grateful,’ is what Wahlberg can be heard saying in the advertisement.

The big screen inside the stadium displayed the words, ‘For the first time ever, join over 100 million people in prayer during Super Bowl LVIII.’

‘The goal at Hallow has always been to reach out to as many people as possible, both those who take their faith seriously and especially those who may have fallen away,

and invite them deeper into a relationship with God,’ said Alex Jones, co-founder and CEO of Hallow, in a press release that was distributed prior to the commercial’s airing.

‘When we learned about the timing of the game this year, we couldn’t have been more excited to work with Mark and Jonathan to use the Big Game as an opportunity to invite millions of people to pray,’ the team stated.

The Hallow app, which allows users to pray while they are on the go, has reportedly been particularly well-liked since it was initially released in 2018.

Nonetheless, a lot of individuals expressed their displeasure at Wahlberg’s involvement in the advertisement.

‘Congratulations to Mark Wahlberg for making sure that Ben Affleck did not embarrass Boston on the most significant level during this Super Bowl,’ one of the readers wrote.

‘It’s indisputable that the Mark Wahlberg commercial is the most bizarre Super Bowl commercial to date,’ another commenter stated.
‘Did I just hear Mark Wahlberg say that you should stay prayed up?’ inquired a third party.

Regarding the advertisement in question, have you seen it? That being stated, what were your thoughts on the subject?

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