Hollywood actor Leonardo Dicaprio recently claimed on Twitter that China abused fishing, which attracted dissatisfaction among Chinese netizens, and said "celebrities better stay out of politics." (Midland)

[Instant News/Comprehensive Report] Another international superstar insults China. The protagonist this time is Hollywood actor Leonardo Dicaprio. Chinese netizens were dissatisfied, and said "celebrities better stay out of politics."

Hollywood actor Leonardo DiCaprio posted on Twitter on September 29, saying that in the past two decades, China has expanded its deep-sea fishing fleet to thousands, causing China to exhaust its offshore fish resources. .

And their fishermen also sail to the oceans around the world to continue their deep-sea fishing operations.

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He also posted a relevant report from The New York Times in the comment area, saying that China's actions have posed a danger to China's economy and the continuity of marine species.

The tweet immediately attracted comments from many pro-China accounts, including Navina Heyden, a German female college student who attracted attention last year for her pro-China remarks. She said that the New York Times is known for its anti-China propaganda and false information. ,and

I know many fishery experts in Qingdao, and I will consult with them.

As Leonardo DiCaprio's remarks were transferred from Twitter to China, many Chinese netizens were outraged and expressed their dissatisfaction, criticizing "celebrities should be less concerned about politics." And let the Chinese eat less meat." Some netizens made a big fuss about his relationship history, saying, "Even his girlfriend never wants a sea king over 25 years old to accuse others of indiscriminate arrest."

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The past two decades have seen China build its deep-sea fishing fleet into the thousands, resulting in China depleting its own stock of fish in oceans closest to them. In turn, their fishermen have sailed to other oceans across the world to continue deep- sea ​​fishing.

— Leonardo DiCaprio (@LeoDiCaprio) September 28, 2022

Leonardo DiCarpio said that over the past two decades, China has expanded its deep-sea fishing fleet to thousands, causing it to exhaust its offshore fish stocks.

And their fishermen also sail to the oceans around the world to continue their deep-sea fishing operations.

(Picture taken from Leonardo Dicaprio Twitter)

Last year, Navina Heyden, a German female college student who attracted attention because of her pro-China remarks, said in Leonardo's post that the New York Times is known for its anti-China and fake information. She knows many fishery experts and will consult them. .

(Picture taken from Leonardo Dicaprio Twitter)