Jason Momoa apologizes after shaming Chris Pratt for using plastic water bottle

 pagesix.com  12/04/2019 14:02:06   Julie Gordon

Staunch single-use plastic bottle opponent Jason Momoa has apologized to Chris Pratt for criticizing him for posing in an ad with one.

On Tuesday, Pratt posted a photo of himself on Instagram, wearing gym clothes and carrying a single-use plastic water bottle, while announcing a partnership with Amazon selling his favorite workout gear and other lifestyle products  prompting Momoa to comment, “bro i love u but wtf on the water bottle. no single use plastic. come on.”

But after receiving heat over the comment, Momoa, 40, changed his tune, sharing a separate apology post to Pratt, 40, on Instagram and writing, “BRO you know my children and I are madly in love with you and I love everything you do. Im sorry this was received so badly today I didnt mean for that to happen. Im 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. Youre an inspiration to many Im one of them.”

Although Pratt is seen with a plastic water bottle in the promotional shot, there is actually a reusable stainless steel bottle by GiiVEN ($34.99) in his Amazon store.

In Momoa’s new post, the “Game of Thrones” hunk also offered to send the “Jurassic World” star a case of his Mananalu water, which is packaged in “100% recyclable aluminum cans” instead of plastic. The brand’s goal is to “eliminate single use plastic drinking bottles.”

Meanwhile, Kourtney Kardashian also got slammed online recently for drinking out of a single-use plastic water bottle. On Sunday’s episode of “Keeping Up with the Kardashians,” Kourtney is seen sipping from an offending bottle after criticizing her sister Kim Kardashian for doing so. Kourtney later explained on Twitter, “I was in Kims office and thats all that was there =9 and no Im not perfect, but I could have brought a reusable bottle for the day, this is true.”

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