Actors are people whose fans tend to forget existence in the same world as us. Just as we have emotions and empathy, actors are very emotional. Not surprisingly, the recent mass shootings in Texas have broken the hearts of many due to the deteriorating state of the world. Mass shootings have become a serious problem in many countries, causing millions of people to panic for their lives. While it may be easy to assume that the actor is blind to such situations, Matthew McCannaghi called on his fans to support the victims of the recent shooting. The shooting took place at an elementary school in Uvalade, Texas. An 18-year-old gunman killed 19 children and 2 adults at a primary school. After the incident, McCannaghi took a moment to talk about the incident on Twitter. He expressed his frustration at failing to take responsibility for human rights. He encouraged people to look deeper into themselves and discover what they are doing and how they can fix their bad parts for a better world. He called on all Texan parents to look at their values and find a common ground for a better society. She acknowledges that this has become a new reality for children in the United States and that she is not happy about living in such a society. He also expressed his condolences to those who lost their loved ones. The whole message was heartwarming and profound. He seemed to be really upset about the conditions that the Texan people had to survive, and since this is his own city, it seemed fair. After her post, many celebrities came forward with their sympathy and support for her message. Supporting celebrities included LeBron James, Stephen King, and George Tech. All the supporting celebrities claim that gun control is very important and should be implemented in the interest of future generations and to make the world a better place. George Taki said that something could be done by donating to democratic candidates who supported gun control. The incident has broken the hearts of all of us and we pray for the loss of the family and everyone affected.