Leonardo DiCaprio Is Being Considered To Be Banned From Indonesia After He Speaks His Mind On Social Media
41-Year-old Oscar winner (yeah that’s right!) Leonardo DiCaprio is said to be in danger of being banned from Indonesia after he spoke out against the country’s palm oil industry on social media.
DiCaprio recently visited Mount Leuser National Park in Sumatra where he posed for an outdoor photoshoot, some of which he uploaded to Instagram.
One of the snaps was captioned with:
As the forest of the #Indonesian #LeuserEcosystem continues to be cleared to meet demand for Palm Oil, the critically endangered Sumatran #orangutan is being pushed to the brink of extinction. Here, at the Sumatran Orangutan Conservation Programme’s Orangutan Quarantine Center, rescued orangutans are rehabilitated so they can be released back into the wild. If we don’t stop this rampant destruction, the Leuser Ecosystem and the Sumatran orangutans that call it home could be lost forever.
According to BBC News, a spokesperson for the director general of the immigration department said that DiCaprio might be ‘blacklisted’ AKA banned for making those comments about the country’s prestigious company. has claimed Leo could be ‘blacklisted’ for making such comments.
”In terms of [his] visa and immigration permit, Leonardo DiCaprio did not do anything wrong: He entered and left Indonesia legally. But, we still investigate.”
Article: BBC NEWS