John Cena cowardly bends the knee to China.
John Cena was on the receiving end of a piledriver Tuesday from American Twitter users after his “pathetic” apology to China for referring to Taiwan as a country during a promotional spot for his new movie “F9.”
“Taiwan is a country. Hong Kong should be free. If you are unwilling to say these things because it might hurt your bottom line, you are a pathetic coward,” conservative pundit Ben Shapiro posted on his Twitter account.
“Pathetic,” was Republican Sen. Tom Cotton’s reaction to Cena’s mea culpa.
Cena, speaking Mandarin, went on Chinese social media site Weibo Tuesday to apologize for calling Taiwan a country during a promotional interview for “F9,” the latest installment for the “Fast and Furious” franchise, earlier this month.
The Chinese, who consider Taiwan a rogue province that is part of their territory, erupted in outrage at his blunder.