WWE star John Cena has apologised to China for calling Taiwan a country.


The entertainer and previous expert wrestling champion depicted Taiwan as a country in a special video for the most recent Fast and Furious film.

The meeting incited a reaction in China, which believes self-administering Taiwan to be important for its domain.

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Mr Cena has now posted a video message via web-based media in which he talks in Chinese and says sorry for his “botch”.

The debate started when Mr Cena said Taiwan would be the principal “country” to have the option to observe Fast and Furious 9, in a meeting with Taiwanese telecaster TVBS (in Chinese).

Taiwan is a self-represented island state isolated from terrain China by the Taiwan Strait. Beijing goes against the idea Taiwan is a free state.

On Tuesday, Mr Cena posted a video on the Chinese web-based media webpage Weibo, saying ‘sorry’ for the “botch”.

“I committed one error, I should say at the present time, vital, I love and regard Chinese individuals,” he says, in Chinese. “I’m exceptionally upset for my misstep. I’m so heartbroken, I am sorry.”

A few remarks in light of the video blamed Mr Cena for not going far enough in his conciliatory sentiment.

“If it’s not too much trouble, say ‘Taiwan is essential for China’ in Chinese, else we won’t acknowledge,” one Weibo client composed.

Others were seriously lenient.

One stated: “I can feel that he truly loves China… He said some unacceptable thing and addressed the relating cost.”

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