Jason Momoa Apologizes To Chris Pratt For Criticizing Him on Instagram

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Jason Momoa is sharing his love for actor Chris Pratt after calling him out for using single use plastic bottles.

For those not following, here’s what happened. Chris Pratt posted an ad for Aamzon, which included a sexy photo of himself, on his Instagram page. In the photo, Chris is in the gym wearing a muscle t-shirt holding a bottle of water. Fans of Jason know that he is against the use of plastics and trying to eliminate them altogether. So Jason called out Chris in the comments section of his post.

“bro i love u but wtf on the water bottle. no single use plastic. come on,” Jason wrote.

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Simple enough, right? Well, not in today’s gang up social media culture. Chris got some heat. On Wednesday (Dec. 4), Jason apologized to Chris and shared his love for the actor in a brand new post.

@prattprattpratt BRO you know my children and I are madly in love with you and I love everything you do,” he wrote alongside a photo of Chris and Jason’s family. “I’m sorry this was received so badly today I didn’t mean for that to happen. I’m just very passionate about this single use plastic epidemic. the plastic water bottles have to stop i hope u make a reusable water bottle for amazon so we all can purchase. You’re an inspiration to many I’m one of them. I’ll send you a case of MANANALU. All my Aloha, Da Momoa’s.”

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Mananalu is Jason’s company that sells water packaged in aluminum, for recycling. According to their website, “Mananalu represents the unstoppable wave of change that is coming. The change of consciousness that won’t allow the perpetuation of plastics to litter and suffocate our oceans and damage the environment any longer. Together with you, Mananalu will rid the world of plastic water containers and start a wave of change that demands our purest water be packaged in aluminum, one of the most recyclable materials in the world.”

And that’s how we all get along.