Black Panther star Letitia Wright promptly apologises to fans over controversial 69-minute video discussing Coronavirus Vaccines, China and Transgender Communities [Video]

Black Panther star Letitia Wright has quickly issued an apology after finding herself trapped in controversy over a video she posted to social media (in a now-deleted tweet).

The 69-minute controversial video, which featured speaker Tomi Arayomi, a senior leader in Light London Church,  questions the COVID-19 vaccine, casts uncertainty on Climate Change and shows animosity towards both China and transgender communities.
Black Panther star Letitia Wright faces a social media backlash after sharing worries and conspiracy theories about Covid-19 vaccines, China, and Transgender People on Twitter.
The reaction of the fans was in order, especially after viewing the provocative views on the COVID-19 vaccine and other thorny socio-political themes. In fact, Marvel fans wonder why Wright shared that video at all.
my intention was not to hurt anyone, my ONLY intention of posting the video was it raised my concerns what the vaccine contains and what we are putting in our bodies.
Nothing else.
— Letitia Wright (@letitiawright) December 4, 2020

Black Panther star Letitia Wright faces a social media backlash after sharing worries and conspiracy theories about COVID-19 vaccines, China, and Transgender People on Twitter.

Fans slew British-Guyanese actress Letitia Wright online after she shared a controversial video Thursday unsupported allegations about the coronavirus vaccine.
The popular actress, who starred alongside the late Chadwick Boseman in the blockbuster Marvel film “Black Panther,” shared a hourlong YouTube video her 360,000 Twitter followers.
In the video from On The Table, host Tomi Arayomi stated unsubstantiated claims about the perils of taking vaccines.
Arayomi said:

“I don’t understand vaccines medically, but I’ve always been a little bit of a skeptic of them,” Arayomi said, stating that he doesn’t know if he can trust a vaccine for coronavirus. At one point, he says those who decide to get vaccinated should “hope to God it doesn’t make extra limbs grow.”

Wright immediately found herself in scorching water her fans, who condemned the star for using her popular platform to share misinformation. The post even drew criticism from “Iron Man” actor Don Cheadle, who described the video as “hot garbage” after Twitter users tagged him in several posts, beckoning him to respond. “Jesus… just scrolled through. hot garbage. every time i stopped and listened, he and everything he said sounded crazy and fkkkd up,” Cheadle tweeted. “I would never defend anybody posting this. but i still won’t throw her away over it. the rest i’ll take off twitter. had no idea.”
Author and essayist Roxane Gay, who wrote the spin-off comic book “Black Panther: World of Wakanda,” also spoke on the heated Twitter thread, saying  “Promoting anti-vaccine propaganda and shrouding it in intellectual curiosity is asinine. And dangerous,”.

The actress shared the video on Thursday via Twitter from a YouTube personality who made unfounded claims about the vaccines’ safety, sounded transphobic and expressed his worries.

Wright eventually deleted the tweet after dozens of back-and-forth exchanges people criticizing her for spreading potentially dangerous misinformation.
US Food and Drug Administration officials have promised not to grant emergency use authorization to any vaccine that has not been proven both safe and efficacious.
The video, which is more than an hour long, also criticized the media, coronavirus lockdown rules, Dr. Anthony Fauci and others. It has been taken down for violating YouTube’s terms of service.

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Wright maintained that she was only asking questions about what she should put in her body and tweeted that “if you don’t conform to popular opinions. But ask questions and think for yourself….you get cancelled”.
At one point on Twitter, she liked a controversial tweet calling for the sequel of “Black Panther” to be canceled.
Wright plays the genius superhero Shuri in the Marvel movie franchise and is predicted to play a larger role in the sequel following the death of Chadwick Boseman.
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