Letitia Wright want to set the document straight about her views on the coronavirus.
On Wednesday, Oct. 12, the Black Panther actress addressed a latest report by The Hollywood Reporter, by which the journal’s supply alleged she “espoused [antagonistic] views in regards to the COVID-19 vaccines on the Atlanta manufacturing” of the upcoming sequel.
The report additionally said, “The British actress quietly parted methods together with her whole U.S. group of representatives within the wake of a backlash over posting a controversial anti-vaccine video in December.”
The video she retweeted in December featured YouTube’s On the Desk host Tomi Arayomi, who questioned the efficacy of vaccines, significantly the coronavirus vaccines. Wright captioned the clip with a prayer emoji, seemingly endorsing Arayomi’s statements.
Nevertheless, Wright denied talking about her beliefs on the Black Panther set. “I truthfully assert that this was utterly unfaithful,” she wrote on Instagram. “Anybody who is aware of me or has labored with me, is aware of that I work extremely laborious at my craft & my principal focus is at all times to do work that is impactful and provoking. That has been & will proceed to be my solely focus.”