The Mandalorian's Gina Carano Calls for 'Open Discussions' with Fans Following Backlash

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By Bri Constantino | More Articles Socially awkward straightedge fraud.
December 09, 2020  10:46 AM

 

The Mandalorian star Gina Carano is already no stranger to controversy and even though she's constantly being harassed and attacked on her own social media platform for her socio-political remarks over the last couple of months, Gina remains calm and collected and obviously, the fan backlash isn't going to stop her from speaking her mind every chance she could.

Fresh from the criticism she got for mocking COVID-19 vaccines and mail-in votes, Gina is now throwing shade at Twitter for allegedly censoring her content. Sharing a fanmade artwork of her The Mandalorian character Cara Dune, the actress and former MMA fighter took a jab at the microblogging site in a subsequent tweet. She wrote, "All I want for Christmas is for Twitter to give us an edit button".

She would later claim that Twitter and social media for that matter have been manipulating news and what's trending. Check out the full thread below:

 


In her latest post, Gina shared a poll asking her followers whether or not they're willing to take the COVID-19 vaccine. This time around, instead of her usual snotty tone, she's calling for a more open discussion about the matter without needing "canceling". She wrote, "Are you going to take the COVID vaccine? (Please share articles and thoughts below, maybe have open discussions without name-calling) Communication over the cancellation. Let’s get educated together."

 


Of course, Gina has every right in the world to use her freedom of speech and I don't see anything wrong with that. However, as a celebrity and public figure, I believe she needs to be very responsible with everything she says on her platform because there are actual people who admire her and look up to her. 

Meanwhile, The Mandalorian Season 2 is streaming on Disney+.

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The Mandalorian Star Gina Carano Continues to Mock Vaccines and Mail-In Votes

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