Indonesia, a country, and Leonardo DiCaprio, an actor, are apparently on the rocks. In fact, the former is threatening to impose a ban, preventing our favorite iced-over lover from crossing its borders. Indonesia, apparently, can let go —and it just might, thanks.
According to the A.V. Club, “this unimaginable dislike stems from DiCaprio’s recent criticism of deforestation taking place in the country’s rainforests, where numerous animal habitats are being destroyed with slash-and-burn practices designed to facilitate the building of lucrative palm oil plantations.”
DiCaprio spoke out via his Instagram account, where he posted a picture of himself mid-fist-bump with a Sumatran Orangutan.
Pretty cute, right? Indonesia thinks not. The country’s spokesperson, Heru Santoso has told reporters, “We support his concern to save the Leuser ecosystem. But we can blacklist him from returning to Indonesia at any time if he keeps posting incitement or provocative statements in his social media.”
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