Only a days after the Small Axe actress shared a hyperlink to a 70-minute YouTube video by a coronavirus vaccine skeptic, Wright deleted each her Twitter and Instagram accounts. The actress got here beneath fireplace from fellow Twitter customers because the video she linked expressed doubts within the in-progress Covid-19 vaccines, which can start roll-out in Britain within the coming week. The video sees On The Desk host Tomi Arayomi query the attainable anecdote, regardless of admitting he has no medicinal understanding of vaccines.
Wright acquired backlash for not solely posting the video, however for defending her posting. She blamed her critics of cancelling as soon as that they had referred to as her out for sharing the video.
“If you don’t conform to popular opinions. but ask questions and think for yourself…you get cancelled,” Wright stated in a now-deleted tweet, which was initially posted on Friday.
She upped her protection towards the net critics, clarifying that she solely shared the video to lift issues about what the vaccine would possibly include.
“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,” she wrote in one other since-delete tweet.
Black Panther and Small Axe actress Letitia Wright has deleted her social media accounts after she face heavy backlash from followers for posting an anti-vaccination video on her platforms.