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The actress made a brief post on Instagram to refer to the transcendent published by The Hollywood Reporter.

Letitia Wright interpreta a Shuri en Black Panther y el MCU.

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© Instagram / MarvelLetitia Wright interpreta a Shuri en Black Panther y el MCU.


Last week, it was said that chaos spread in the middle of the set of Black Panther: Wakanda Forever or Black Panther 2, after Letitia Wright, one of the protagonists and who plays T’Challa’s sister, was promoting said anti-vaccines . Now, she came out to refer to the subject herself.

The matter is that The Hollywood Reporter published that the actress broke the relationship she had with her former representatives after sharing an anti-vaccine video last December. In the controversial clip, different people showed their skepticism about the effectiveness of vaccines against COVID-19.

Basically, Wright released the Kraken, because a large part of his followers began to question her, especially because of the high impact that the opinion of a celebrity can have.

“If you do not conform to popular opinions and think for yourself … are you canceled?” Was the reaction that the actress dedicated to her followers and immediately closed her Twitter account.

Now, it was Letitia herself who decided to take over the issue and did so with a publication on her Instagram account, where she refuted the THR reports.

“I am saddened to have to address the reports published by The Hollywood Reporter on October 6, 2021. The report spoke about my conduct on the set of Black Panther 2. I honestly affirm that this was completely false,” he posited.

And then he added: “Anyone who knows me or has worked with me knows that I work very hard in my profession and that my main goal is always to do work that is impactful and inspiring. That has been and will continue to be my only focus.”

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