Wow. Just read the comments.
He posted a video with a sea lion called Katie which has been watched more than two million times. But fans were quick to jump on him about his choice of activity as they claimed that by visiting the aquarium he was 'supporting animals in captivity'. One fan went to write: "It's 2018. Enough is enough. There is so much more knowledge that these animals should not be in tanks." And another claimed to be 'devastated' by his post, saying: "Shame on you. You have the opportunity to educate folks on how cruel it is to exploit an innocent being yet you make a joke out of their imprisonment. How devastating."
But then again, many fans supported him and told people to take a chill pill.
What do you think? Are people just overreacting?
Such a great time with our ohana & friends at the famed Georgia Aquarium. The second largest aquarium in the world and the only institution outside of Asia that houses Whale Sharks. More than 100,000 animals and sea creatures here that I’m in constant awe of. Specifically, this Whale Shark that I’m contemplating jumping in the tank and jumping on its back. They call me the brown 💪🏾🦈 AquaMan. Thank you to President & COO, Joseph Handy & the entire Georgia Aquarium staff for being so gracious, kind & informative to my family and our friends. We had a blast! #GeorgiaAquarium #OhanaDay @hhgarcia41 📸