Chris Pratt
Chris Pratt attends a premiere of the film “Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2” in London on April 24, 2017. Reuters/Hannah McKay

Chris Pratt shared a touching video Thursday apologizing to his hearing-impaired fans for his recent social media gaffe. The "Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2" star found himself in hot water after he requested users to turn up the volume on his post instead of relying on subtitles.

"I have people in my life who are hearing-impaired, and the last thing in the world I would want to do is offend them or anybody who suffers from hearing loss or any other disability," he captioned the post, which accompanied a video of Pratt apologizing in sign language. "So truly from the bottom of my heart I apologize."

Pratt explained that his intention was not to make any offensive comment about hearing-impaired people but was only trying to get around Instagram's feature of keeping all video posts mute until a user actively chooses to turn on the sound. However, he said that he failed to understand that some people are dependent on subtitles.

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The 37-year-old thanked those who pointed out his "incredibly insensitive" post and promised to be "a little less ignorant" in the future.

"Apologies are powerful. I don't dole them out Willy-Nilly," he wrote. "This is one of those moments where I screwed up and here's me begging your pardon. I hope you accept my apology."

Pratt has been very active on social media lately as he promotes his upcoming projects.

Earlier this week, Pratt appeared on CBS’s “Late Show with Stephen Colbert” where he revealed he wanted to impress his wife Anna Faris with a sexy mixtape but it was a “big miss.”

“I did one for my brother first, and it was an ‘80s mix and it was called ‘Guess You Had to Be There’ mix, and it was a bunch of songs that just worked,” Pratt remembered. “I knew they would conjure up the same memories and they’d be sentimental for him the way they were for me and so meaningful.”

While his brother got emotional after receiving the mixtape, he did not get the same kind of response from his wife.

“I made one for her, and I played it and I was thinking in my head, this is going to be our love-making mix, you know?” he said. "I decided to put [“Let’s Stay Together” by] Al Green. … She was kind of looking at me and I could tell right away — big miss — and it’s a long song. She was like, ‘Who are you? You don’t listen to Al Green. What are you trying to pull? We’re already married. It’s cool. I’m gonna give it up.’ That was the first and only song we got through, and I threw it away. I was so embarrassed, which is crushing.”

Recently, Pratt was targeted by body shamers who called him out for being too skinny — or “skeletal.” The actor, who typically plays a game called, “What’s my snack,” where he tells his followers what type of food he eats, used his sense of humor to respond to his haters.

“So many people have said I look too thin in my recent episodes of #WHATSMYSNACK. Some have gone as far as to say I look ‘skeletal,’” he wrote alongside a picture of a tyrannosaurs rex skull last month. “Well, just because I am a male doesn't mean I'm impervious to your whispers. Body shaming hurts. So to prove my security in the way I look I'm posting a current selfie of me at what I consider a very healthy weight. 500lbs. Zero percent body fat. Totally JK guys. This is a T Rex skull. Nailed you so bad. Omg.”