Letitia Wright called ‘anti-vaxxer’ for being cautious about the vaccine and now newbie Marvel fans want her fired from Black Panther 2.
It’s 2021 and the mob of the so called progressive liberals is calling for the cancellation of a black woman because she dares have an opinion that they don’t agree with. Some fans demand that Black Panther’s Letitia Wright, who played Shuri in the original movie, be fired because she’s ‘anti-vax.’
Liberal moviegoers are distraught that a talented black woman is allowed to reprise her role in an upcoming Marvel superhero movie. Letitia Wright, who plays Shuri in Black Panther, was rumoured to become the new Black Panther after the tragic and untimely death of T’Challa actor, Chadwick Boseman.
A studio insider alleged that the new storyline would continue in tandem with the already established comic book lore where Shuri becomes the new Black Panther.
Marvel's Letitia Wright has left social media after being bullied & harassed by the cancel mob.— Dataracer (@Dataracer117) December 5, 2020
SJW's are telling Marvel to fire her for being an "Anti-vaxxing transphobic bitch."
Cancel culture abusing a religious black woman bc she was concerned about a vaccine. pic.twitter.com/qLlMop3iDP
At first, fans were thrilled to have yet another person of colour, this time a woman, take on a role of a beloved superhero in a big budget blockbuster movie. Sadly, the same crowed that once cheered at the idea are now calling for the cancellation of Letitia Wright because, they believe, she’s ‘anti-vax’.
“We don’t need no uncle Tom crazy conspiracy theorist playing our superhero. Black Panther saves lives and would encourage everyone to get vaccinated. Please fire this dumb black cow,” one user commented when they found out that Wright would be reprising her role as Shuri.
“She’s not black. She is a fake. We don’t want her representing us. She’s probably a Trumpy too,” another wrote.
Letitia Wright, however, was quick to dismiss the claims that she’s an ‘anti-vaxxer’ and insisted that she was just being cautious about a vaccine that she seemed was rushed out.
“[I’m not an anti-vaxxer but] I still have the right to worry about how my body will react. It’s not lazy, it’s thinking for myself,” Wright responded to someone calling her a ‘conspiracy theorist’.
People worried that her views on the vaccine might cost her, her role as Shuri in Black Panther 2, one fan writing: “Girl, I love the sh*t out of you and I couldn’t agree more. But they are going to make an example out of you.”
Letitia Wright responded, “Make an example out of me for asking if something is right for my body before taking it? Interesting world we live in.”
It took less than a year for Pfizer to develop a vaccine for, what is called, one of the worst viruses of all time — however — it took 10 years for scientists to develop a U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) approved experimental H5N1 bird flu vaccine; so naturally people are concerned.
Some people have reported severe side effects from the vaccine although those numbers seem to my very small.
Letitia Wright has since deleted her tweets about the vaccine after being harassed by a hate mob on Twitter.
Black Panther 2 is currently filming in MIT campus in Cambridge, Massachusetts, USA, and will reportedly hit cinemas next July, 2022.