Keanu Reeves faces backlash from Chinese social media users over Tibet benefit concert
Hollywood actor Keanu Reeves has incurred the wrath of "Chinese nationalists" after it emerged earlier this week that he will be performing at an upcoming benefit concert for Tibet.
According to The Hollywood Reporter, some Chinese social media users, known locally as "little pinks," have gone so far as to suggest that Reeves' recently released 'The Matrix Resurrections' should be boycotted in retaliation.
The latest 'Matrix' movie had already flopped in China prior to revelations about Reeves' involvement in the pro-Tibet event.
The film opened to just USD 7.5 million and has earned USD 12.4 million to date, hence the sudden outrage is unlikely to make much difference to the Warner Bros. title's bottom line.
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