Jason Momoa attends the Australian premiere of "Aquaman" on Dec. 18, 2018, in Gold Coast, Australia. (Photo: Chris Hyde/Getty Images)

Jason Momoa calls out Chris Pratt for using a plastic water bottle

Jason Momoa has called out Chris Pratt for using what appears to be a single-use plastic water bottle in a photo taken during one of his workouts. After all, Momoa is Aquaman, defender of the oceans.

It started when Pratt struck a pose in the gym — a place he’s obviously visiting regularly these days — as part of an advertisement for Amazon. Pratt has curated a page of his favorite items for the online retailer.

Momoa, who provided the voice of Aquaman alongside Pratt in February’s The Lego Movie 2: The Second Part, reached out to Pratt about the object Pratt held in his hand.

“Bro I love u but wtf on the water bottle,” Momoa wrote. “No single use plastic. Come on.”

After that, others jumped in to applaud Momoa, whose Instagram handle is @prideofgypsies, for speaking up.

“@prideofgypsies right! I was going to say the same thing… you think he could afford something more sustainable. Be a role model!” a user wrote.

Another commented, “Give him hell, @prideofgypsies!”

“Love what you’re doing for our planet, keep it up,” a fan wrote. “Much love!”

Elizabeth Banks, Chris Pratt, Alison Brie, Will Arnett and Jason Momoa attend the premiere of The Lego Movie 2: The Second Part at Regency Village Theatre on Feb. 2 in Los Angeles. (Photo: Sarah Morris/Getty Images)

Others begged Pratt to be more environmentally conscious and to reconsider working with Amazon.

Yet another faction of people weighing in just wanted to note that the Guardians of the Galaxy star looked fantastic. It inspired countless heart and flame emojis.

Pratt’s wife of six months, Katherine Schwarzenegger, definitely approved. She wrote, “love it baby!”

Her brother Patrick commented simply that Pratt was “lookin ripped.”

Sean Hayes, a star of NBC’s Will and Grace on NBC, the same network that once aired Pratt’s Parks and Recreation, joked about the snapshot. “Is that a picture of me?” Hayes wrote. “Oh, wait. No. No it is not me. Common mistake.”

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