python – How to capture parameters of the object that called an event in Tkinter?

I have three buttons, two with the same name and one with a different name and each one with its properties, I would like to know how to capture the text of each button in the same definition. Obviously, I want to capture the property of the button that called the event.

For example, in my graphical interface, these three buttons appear:

acts
rumors
Superstition?

When I click on the button "Data", I want to capture the Text parameter of that button, that is, the facts. If I click on "The rumors" that shares the same button name "Data", I want to capture the rumors. How can I do this with Tkinter?

My code:

Suppliers:
from tkinter import *
with the exception of:
of Tkinter import *

screen = Tk ()

click on:
# How to see the text of the button pressed?
printing (BTN["text"])

btn = Button (screen, text = "Facts", font = ("", 20), bg = "black", fg = "white", command = click)
btn.grid (row = 1, column = 1)

btn = Button (screen, text = "rumors", font = ("", 20), bg = "black", fg = "white", command = click)
btn.grid (row = 2, Column = 1)

btn2 = Button (screen, text = "Supertition?", font = ("", 20), bg = "black", fg = "white", command = click)
btn2.grid (row = 3, column = 1)

tela.mainloop ()