11 Jan 2021 3:24 PM +00:00 UTC

The Mandalorian’s Gina Carano Says She Doesn’t Care if Her Twitter Presence Bothers People

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The Mandalorian actress Gina Carano has become one of the most polarizing figures in social media and every time she speaks her mind on her platform, people are ready to either support her views or criticize her for being too vocal about her sentiments.

Gina Carano as Cara Dune in The Mandalorian.
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Just recently, Carano's name was dragged in the gruesome Washington riots that rocked the entire world. A lot of fans are convinced that Carano fully supports the brutality and the entire Capitol protests being that she's an alleged supporter of Donald Trump. Of course, the Cara Dune actress is already no stranger to fans lambasting her on Twitter.

The former MMA fighter would often throw shade at her critics but when you think about it, she hasn't really addressed the controversies surrounding her head-on. But in a recent interview with Drunk 3PO, Carano said that she "brings the fire out in people" and even she isn't exactly sure why some fans are so pressed by her presence on Twitter.

Gina would then go on to say that she doesn't care if her existence in the world of social media bothers a lot of people. To her, what's important is the people who believe and support her views. She said: "I'm going to stick around and if my presence bothers you, OK, but also a lot of people are not bothered by my Twitter presence or my social media presence. So I focus more on those people."

Mad props to Gina for standing by her principles even if they end up rubbing a lot of people the wrong way. On the other hand, you can't help but feel sorry for the actress because she can't seem to catch a break. Staying off social media doesn't seem to be on her list of priorities for now so I guess her critics should just get used to seeing Gina use her platform whichever way she'd like.

All episodes of The Mandalorian are available for streaming on Disney+.

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