Actor John Cena drowned in criticism for apologizing to China

American wrestler and actor John Cena apologized to the Chinese for calling Taiwan a “country,” after which he received a barrage of criticism.

In one of his interviews, which was dedicated to the film “Fast and Furious 9”, he called Taiwan a country, while China considers the island its territory. After that, a scandal broke out, and the actor had to publicly apologize to the Chinese, and in Chinese.

Users began to discuss the apology, stating that “the communists were already in Hollywood,” hinting that many American stars during the Cold War was suspected of sympathizing with left-wing movements.

“This is what America has come to, that the Yankees are asking the Communists for forgiveness?”  the portal leads an indignant reaction of one of the bloggers.

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Author: Steve Cowan
Graduated From Princeton University. He has been at the Free Press since October 2014. Previously worked as a regional entertainment editor.
Function: Chief-Editor
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