Letitia wright would like to set the record straight on its take on the coronavirus.
On Wednesday October 12, Black Panther the actress responded to a recent report by Hollywood journalist, in which the magazine’s source claimed that she “had married [antagonistic] views on COVID-19 vaccines on Atlanta production “from the upcoming sequel.
The report also said: “The British actress quietly parted ways with her entire team of U.S. representatives following a backlash following the publication of a controversial anti-vaccine video in December.”
The video she retweeted in December featured YouTube’s On the Table host Tomi arayomi, which called into question the effectiveness of vaccines, in particular vaccines against the coronavirus. Wright captioned the clip with a prayer emoji, apparently approving of Arayomi’s statements.
However, Wright denied that he spoke of his beliefs on the Black Panther together. “I honestly say that was completely wrong,” she wrote on Instagram. “Anyone who knows me or has worked with me knows that I work incredibly hard at my profession and that my main focus is always to do impactful and inspiring work. This has been and will continue to be my sole focus.”