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Ryan Philippe And His Promotional Shirts

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Ryan Philippe is currently out and about and being spotted wearing shirts that proclaim his support for some very important causes–or maybe he just likes the shirts, I don’t know. I haven’t seen any mention of him yet in the websites of the groups in question. But anyway, in this photo, he’s wearing a shirt emblazoned with the site address of Children’s Defense Fund. And just yesterday, Just Jared reported that in pictures of Ryan emerging from a steakhouse, he was wearing an Africare shirt.

I can’t help noticing that he’s got URLs on both shirts. While it would be a great thing if he’s really supporting these groups, the pictures only make me think that he’s promoting their websites. Hmm…

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