Jason Momoa from 'Aquaman' Apologizes in Post after He Called out Chris Pratt for Posing with a Plastic Bottle
Jason Momoa took to Instagram to officially apologize to his Hollywood colleague Chris Pratt after the duo got involved in a mini social media blowout.
Barely a day after he attacked Chris Pratt on social media, Jason Momoa has sorrowfully recanted his statement.
According to Daily Mail, the "Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice" made a public apology to Chris via Instagram. The actor attached a picture of himself, his children, and Chris at what appeared to be an event.
The "Aquaman" actor started the post's caption writing that he and his children are "really in love with the "Jurassic Park" actor before explaining that his passion for the "single-use plastic epidemic" prompted his reaction.
He continued encouraging the actor to make a reusable water bottle for Amazon so that people could purchase. He ended the post writing:
" 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."
Daily Mail explained that "Mananalu" is Jason's brand of water that's packaged in 100% recycled aluminum cans to limit single-use plastic drinking bottles.
The site also recalled that trouble began after Chris shared some images of his workouts on social media. The posts, which were done to promote various products available to purchase on Amazon, showed Chris looking ripped in a blue singlet and black shorts.
"bro i love u but [expletive] on the water bottle. no single use plastic. come on."
The actor also added that someone threw the plastic bottle at him as he never has any idea what to do with his hands.
Chris' understandable nature probably made him more appealing to Jason whom PEOPLE notes has been advocating for clean oceans and water, as well as recycling.
Back in April, the actor took things up a notch when he shaved off his beard as a tribute to a new line of canned water. The "Game Of Thrones" actor had helped launch the product with the Ball Corporation.
Later in September, Momoa made his first appearance at the United Nations where he addressed climate change. The father-of-two also spoke on behalf of Hawaii and other island nations.