Tevez became the world's highest-paid footballer after signing for the Chinese Super League club last December on a reported £615,000-a-week salary.
But since his epic arrival, the fans are slowly turning on the former Manchester United, Manchester City and Juventus star.
The 33-year-old has only scored once in four games for his new club after he netted a penalty on his debut last month.
And the Argentinian striker has created further distance between himself and the club's fans after visiting Disneyland despite not featuring for his side with a reported calf problem on Saturday.
Tevez was spotted at the Shanghai theme park while his teammates were busy toiling their way to a late 3-2 away victory at Changchun Yatai.
Photos appeared online of Tevez wearing a LeBron James jersey at Disneyland with friends and family members, including his baby child and wife Vanessa.
As such, Shenhua supporters were more than a little upset by his decision to visit the Shanghai tourist attraction, rather than travel with his team.
Carlos Tevez has angered Shanghai Shenhua fans after being spotted at Disneyland during a game, despite being 'injured'— Footy Accumulators (@FootyAccums) April 18, 2017
When you are being paid the world's most extortionate wages, fans will expect you to turn up to games - even if you are not going to be playing.