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Hollywood actor Channing Tatum faced backlash for seemingly validating anti-maskers by liking a social media comment tied to a pandemic conspiracy theory.

The actor did a 180 after COIVD-19 safety deniers ruthlessly mocked him for sharing a video of masked actors, including himself and crew members, on the set of the new film, Blink Twice, featuring the directorial debut of his fiancée, Zoë Kravitz.

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