After Letitia Wright shared a video questioning and criticizing the COVID-19 vaccine, it appears that Letitia Wright has removed her social media.
Black Panther star Letitia Wright appears to have deleted her social media after commenting on an anti-vaccine video she shared.
The response came after Wright shared a video on Twitter talking about the upcoming Coronavirus (COVID-19) vaccine and wondering whether it should be taken as soon as it becomes available. With this, Wright also put the prayer hands emoji. Many followers indicated that it was irresponsible to post the video, given its fairly large fan base. In response, Wright suggested she be canceled because she asked questions, thought for herself, and was “ not in line with popular opinion. ”
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Although she later deleted the Tweet, explaining that her intention was never to hurt anyone – and only wanted to voice her own concerns about the vaccine – those who now search for her Twitter or Instagram will find that neither account is available .
Additionally, the video has been removed from YouTube for violating the site’s terms and conditions. It is not known what Wright’s MCU co-stars have to say about her post or her subsequent removal, although Don Cheadle commented the same night after the posting. Cheadle deleted previous Tweets, calling the video “ hot garbage ” after seeing it and Wright’s reactions to the concerns of fans, who also viewed the video as transphobic. He assured fans he would “never defend anyone who posted this,” even though he had no intention of throwing Wright away.
Wright plays Shuri in the Marvel Cinematic Universe and is intended for the role Black panther 2, which will begin production in Atlanta from July 2021. Wright is reportedly playing a bigger role in the upcoming movie after the death of star Chadwick Boseman.
Black panther 2 is scheduled to start production in mid-2021, with a target release date of May 6, 2022.
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