There are more than 20 million conscious species in the world star Wars Galaxy, don’t choose to be racist,” began the message from Disney accounts. “We are proud to welcome Moses Ingram at star Wars The family is excited to reveal Riva’s story. If anyone intends to make her feel in any way unwelcome, we have only one thing to say: we resist.”
Ingram plays Reva Sivander, aka the Third Sister, who hunts down Obi-Wan Kenobi for Darth Vader in the new Disney+ series, subscriber In her Instagram stories were several very shocking online messages targeting her, some of which included the N-word.
“There’s nothing anyone can do about this,” Ingram said in a video clip after sharing the poison she took. “There is nothing anyone can do to stop this hatred. I question my purpose of being here in front of you and say this is happening. I don’t really know.”
She continued, “The thing that bothers me is this inner feeling that no one told me, but this feeling I have to shut up and accept, and I have to smile and put up with it. And I’m not built like that. So, I wanted to come and say my thanks to the people who showed me up in the comments and places that I wouldn’t put myself in it. And to the rest of you, all of you are weirdos.”
around 6 p.m. on Tuesday, Ewan McGregor Posted message About abuse via star Wars account both about Obi-Wan Kenobi Being the most watched original Disney+ premiere, but more importantly the abuse of Ingram.
“It seems that some fans have decided to attack Musa Ingram online and send the most horrible and racist of them. [direct messages]. I heard some of them this morning, and it broke my heart,” he said. “Musa is a brilliant actor. She is a wonderful woman. She is absolutely amazing in this series. It does so much for the series, it does so much for the franchise. It made me nauseous because of this. I just want to say as the lead actor on the series, as the executive producer of the series, that we stand by Moses. We love Moses. And if you’re sending her bullying messages, you’re not star Wars fan on my mind. There is no place for racism in this world. And I stand completely with Moses.”
Among those in the actress’s corner Star Trek: New Stranger worlds Superstar Anson Mount, who on Tuesday Spread On social media, “This is Moses Ingram. She is a unique talent and recent addition to the world of starwars. She has also been targeted by racists who pretend to be fans because her mere existence threatens a dystopian perverted imagination that selectively ignores the likes of @therealbillydee and others. We the a trip Family, take it back.”
May 31 – 6 pm: Updated with a statement from Ewan McGregor.
May 31, 12:10 p.m. Updated with comment from Anson Mount.
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