Momoa apologizes to Pratt after water bottle debacle

From left Elizabeth Banks Chris Pratt Alison Brie Will Arnett and Jason Momoa attend the premiere of

Jason Momoa Calls Out ‘Bro’ Chris Pratt Over Water Bottle: ‘No Single Use Plastic’

He shared a sweet photo of himself and his two kids posing with Pratt and noted that his passion for helping the planet was behind his initial comment.

In an Amazon ad posted on Instagram, Pratt posed next to a treadmill in gym attire while holding a plastic water bottle - something Momoa initially did not take kindly to.

Although he is seen with a plastic bottle in the promotional shoot, there is actually a reusable stainless steel bottle by GiiVEN ($34.99) in his Amazon store. He captioned the photo, "I'm sorry this was received so badly today I didn't mean for that to happen".

The "Justice League" star called out "The Avengers" actor for using a disposable plastic water bottle in a photoshoot for Amazon.

"You're probably wondering why I'm standing here, low key flexing, gazing into the distance.", captions Pratt, before revealing, "well, turns out I'm teaming up with Amazon to show you guys everything I use for my workouts, keeping active, and all that fun stuff to get you prepped for 2020".

Momoa added that he would send Pratt, 40, a case of Mananalu - a line of canned water the actor helped launch that seeks to be a more eco-friendly alternative to plastic bottles.

Mananalu is Momoa's brand of water that's packaged in 100 percent recycled aluminum cans so as to cut back on single-use plastic drinking bottles. Dammit. I always carry my big gallon size reusable water jug around with me too.

But several hours later, Jason Momoa clearly had second thoughts after the comment he left for Pratt on the Instagram post made headlines on Tuesday. "I even had it that day!" "He wrote a heartfelt message stating, "@prattprattpratt BRO you know my children and I are madly in love with you and I love everything you do. In April, the Game of Thrones alum shaved off his beard in honor of the launch of his canned water line. And it's 100 percent recyclable.

He added, "About 75 percent of all aluminum that's ever been used is still in use today". Unlike plastic bottles, which are often thrown in the trash, aluminum cans are infinitely recyclable.

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