‘Black Panther’ Star Letitia Wright Responds After Anti-Vax Video Put up

'Black Panther' Star Letitia Wright Responds After Anti-Vax Video Post

British-Guyanese actor Letitia Wright, star of “Black Panther” and Steve McQueen’s “Mangrove,” has responded to in depth backlash after she posted a controversial anti-vax video to Twitter on Thursday night time.

On Friday afternoon U.Okay. time, Wright tweeted, “my intention was not to hurt anyone, my ONLY intention of posting the video was it raised my concerns with what the vaccine contains and what we are putting in our bodies…Nothing else.”

With out remark except for a praying palms emoji, Wright on Thursday night time posted a 69-minute video from YouTube channel ‘On The Table,’ which options prolonged commentary from Tomi Arayomi, a senior chief with Mild London Church and speaker, by which he questions the legitimacy of the COVID-19 vaccination, seems sceptical of local weather change, accuses China of spreading COVID-19, and makes transphobic feedback.

“These are the dangers of the world we’re entering into today, where if you say a thing enough times people will actually believe it’s true,” says Arayomi.

“This kind of science by convenience where I’ll believe in science when it’s convenient to global warming, but I won’t believe in it when it’s convenient to gender, when it inconveniences my particular ideology, is the very reason why, if you’re working in the UN, World Health Organization, or the mass news or dial media heads, the reason the public doesn’t believe you.”

Don Cheadle, Wright’s fellow Marvel Cinematic Universe star, waded into the controversy shortly after the submit went viral. Whereas the actor defended Wright, he ultimately posted a vital response to the video itself.

“jesus… just scrolled through. hot garbage. every time i stopped and listened, he and everything he said sounded crazy and fkkkd up. i would never defend anybody posting this. but i still won’t throw her away over it. the rest i’ll take off twitter. had no idea.”

Reacting to the barrage of criticism following her submit, Wright beforehand responded: “if you don’t conform to popular opinions. but ask questions and think for yourself….you get cancelled.”


The U.Okay. not too long ago grew to become the primary nation on the earth to approve a COVID-19 vaccine. The pace at which the vaccine was permitted was questioned by some, together with U.S. infectious illness skilled Dr. Anthony Fauci. He has since apologized.

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