Letitia Wright Controversy: Must Keep Fighting for Your Cause”
The COVID-19 pandemic has given Letitia Wright plenty of time to reflect on her experiences. At Kering’s Women in Motion dinner on Sunday night at the Cannes Film Festival, Variety spoke with the 28-year-old Black Panther: Wakanda Forever star about her upcoming October 2021 return to Instagram. Wright made her last contribution to the site on November 30, 2020, before taking the rest of 2020 and all of 2020 until October off.
As soon as she shared a video challenging the safety of vaccines, she disappeared from Twitter. Wright told Variety on Sunday, “I’ve learned that in life, you just have to keep going strong with what you believe in, in terms of your skill and your desire to influence the world through your art,” but the outlet did not specifically ask her about the anti-vaccine video.
That’s exactly what I’m doing, and I couldn’t be more pleased with myself or the movie that’s coming out this year. As she elaborated, “I’m incredibly thrilled with it!”
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After Letitia Wright purportedly suffered an injury in August 2021 while filming Wakanda Forever, he was back on set in January 2022, and in December 2020, he uploaded an anti-vaccination video from the YouTube channel On The Table.
Host Tomi Arayomi made unproven claims about the dangers of COVID-19 vaccines in the clip.
After Wright Tweeted
the video, which she has now deleted after receiving criticism from social media users. Two tweets sum up the general consensus:
“This is a highly risky use of a platform,” and “His comments were backed by no proof.” After the backlash to Wright’s article, she posted on Twitter: “If you don’t comply with mainstream opinion. But if you challenge the status quo and think for yourself, your employment will be terminated.
Following the release of the film, she tweeted, “My objective was not to damage anyone; my SOLE intention in posting the video was to emphasize my worries about what the vaccine includes and what we are putting into our bodies.” Added nothing
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When Wright got back on Instagram, he immediately posted a Bible verse: “Weapons designed to strike you will fail; words shouted against you will have no effect.”
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