Black Panther: Wakanda Forever he landed on his feet in the Marvel Cinematic Universe. The film received good reviews and, generally speaking, it seems that the audience is there too. It’s no mean feat when you consider that this is one of the films in the franchise that has had the most problems. One of them was related to Letitia Wrightmain character movie and the anti-vaccination controversy.
In the context of open public discussion of vaccines against COVID-19, the actress shared a video in which she questioned this type of scientific measure. A kind of irony of life: Letitia Wright plays a scientist in the Black Panther saga who opposes part of her tradition because she finds it meaningless.
After she shared the video and faced backlash that questioned her post, the actress closed her Twitter account and little was known about the subject. Apart from rumors about his continuity in history and other aspects, Letitia Wright eventually became part of Black Panther: Wakanda Forever and recently, as far as the journalistic profile is concerned, he has returned to the vaccine controversy.
Statements by Letitia Wright, Black Panther: Wakanda Foreverabout vaccines
Letitia Wright made her debut in the Marvel Cinematic Universe. Black Panther (2018) plays Shuri, sister T’Challawhich has been interpreted Chadwick Boseman. His character has generated a number of positive reviews for being a fresh, even informal version in a culture that has clearly been tough. AT Black Panther: Wakanda Foreverthere are a number of events that confront her with this version.
An interview with Letitia Wright on the topic of vaccines was given Guardian. Here’s what he had to say about the controversy:
“I feel like this is something I experienced two years ago and have now managed to turn the page in a healthy way. And in a good way, I apologized and deleted my Twitter. I just apologized for any harm I caused anyone.”
Following this comment, journalist Simon Hattenstone observed that it is generally understood on social media that content sharing supports it. With that in mind, Letitia Wright explained that with her apology in the commentary, she wanted to resolve this scenario. It said:
“That’s exactly what my apologies were. He said: “It’s not me, and I’m sorry.”
The actress was accused of transphobia, homophobia and anti-vaccination in a context in which freedom for society LGBTIQ+ they are on the public agenda and the COVID-19 pandemic was still at a critical juncture.
Controversy surrounding Letitia Wright not only affected her public image, but also caused her to fire her representativesAs reported Hollywood Reporter. This apology echoes his comments at the time and seems to come at a time when the dust could have settled. His place in the Marvel Cinematic Universe after Black Panther: Wakanda Foreverguaranteed to be one of the key elements of the franchise.