Brad Pitt Joined Chinese Twitter

The actor has sent his first tweet on Weibo, China’s own twitter-like website. Pitt has reportedly been banned from China for his role in Seven Years in Tibet — a film that the Chinese Foreign Ministry believes portrays the Chinese government in a poor light — but is now apparently being welcomed back.

1. In Chinese:

Brad’s big first tweet was “It’s the truth. Yup, I’m coming…”

That little orange V is the equivalent to our blue check mark, which means this is a verified account. So maybe Brad is going to China, or maybe he pocket tweeted while doing something else with Angie. Sorry, had to.

3. Translated to English:

Update: Brad’s tweet has since been deleted.

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