Jason Momoa and fellow actor Chris Pratt play out friendly feud over single-use plastics on social media
As the controversial Bill 40 -- eliminating single-use plastics from restaurants and businesses on O'ahu -- heads to the Honolulu City Council for a final vote, one native Hawaiian actor is speaking up about it.
A friendly feud played out on social media after actor Chris Pratt posted a picture on social media holding a plastic water bottle.
That's when Aquaman actor Jason Momoa spoke up and commented, "bro i love u but wtf on the water bottle. no single use plastic. come on."
After hundreds of people responded to the comment, Jason Momoa took to his own Instagram account to share his appreciation for Pratt.
In the caption, Momoa apologized for causing internet controversy, and explain his passion for eliminating plastics.
"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."
Mananalu is Momoa's new canned water line.
However, in a previous post, Momoa re-shared Sustainable Coastline's video promoting Bill 40 and the elimination of single-use plastics.
In the caption, Momoa wrote, " Please be kind - thank the council members for voting yes on this bill and encourage them - We get to make history. We get to lead the way."
The Honolulu City Council will vote on the measure Wednesday at 10 a.m.