Moses Ingram has faced racist reactions from Star Wars fans
‘Obi One-Kenobi’ star Musa Ingram The ‘Star Wars’ franchise has received hundreds of racist messages since the premiere of the long-awaited series last weekend, starting with making history as a prominent black woman.
The Emmy-nominated actress (who played the villain investigator in the Disney Plus series OB-One cannabis hunt) shared hateful messages, including a video, thanking her fans for their support.
“Long story short, there are hundreds. Hundreds, “he said in the video. “And I see those of you there wearing a cape for me and it really means the world to me because, you know, nobody can do anything about it.
There is nothing that anyone can do to stop this hatred. And so I question my motives, even saying in front of you that this is happening. “
Moses Ingram reveals that Lucasfilm Axis warned him about racist ‘Star Wars’ fans
Just a few days ago, he revealed that Lucasfilm executives had warned him that he would probably face online harassment from racist ‘Star Wars’ trolls who also targeted POC actors. John Boega, Kelly Marie Tran, Ahmed BestAnd Vivian Lyra Blair.
“It was something that Lucasfilm actually got in front of and said, ‘This is something that, unfortunately, will probably happen. But we are here to help you; you can let us know when it will happen,'” Ingram said.
“Of course, there are always pockets of hatred,” Ingram said. “But I have no problem with the block button.”
Demonstrating solidarity for a long time, Star Wars jumped in support of Ingram amid racist attacks on social media.
It remains to be seen whether the infamous helpless fans will stand up, but it is clear that Moses is as intact as the character he played in the series.
Proponents of her case have been working to make the actual transcript of this statement available online
Fans wereted no time in rallying around Ingram, who stole every scene in the series, which began 10 years after the dramatic events of “Star Wars: Revenge of the Sith” where Obi-Wan Kenobi suffered its biggest defeat – its collapse and corruption at its best. Friend and JD apprentice, Anakin Skywalker, who returned to the dark side of the evil Sith Lord Darth Vader.
(He has gained over 6,000 followers since the response started)