Letitia Wright, who by all indications will be Marvel's next Black Panther, is currently under fire for questioning the safety of the COVID 19 vaccine.
Earlier saw Wright tweet a link to a YouTube video that questions "COVID-19 VACCINE, SHOULD WE TAKE IT?"
The video in part goes over an alleged ingredient that is being added to the COVID 19 vaccine, Luciferase, which is questioned to be named after Lucifer.
According to Wiki: "Luciferase is a generic term for the class of oxidative enzymes that produce bioluminescence, and is usually distinguished from a photoprotein. The name was first used by Raphaël Dubois who invented the words luciferin and luciferase, for the substrate and enzyme, respectively."
There has been a lot of controversy surrounding the COVID 19 vaccine as some claim it will be mandated and that people will have to carry digital vaccine ID cards in order to attend events, movies, shop, etc. which in relation to the video tweeted by Wright, could be related to "Lucifer" and the "Mark of the Beast" among other things.
Update: Letitia Wright has deleted her social media accounts.
Fans respond to Letitia Wright
Some fans on Twitter berated Letitia Wright for posting the video, with some of the Marvel zombie fans also stating to cancel Black Panther 2 and insinuating that just because she is going to star in an upcoming Marvel movie, that she should keep her mouth shut, and as a result, "Black Panther 2" and "Shuri" are now trending on Twitter.
"This is a frustratingly irresponsible use of a platform," said one Twitter user.
"Cancel Black Panther 2 immediately," tweeted another.
"She’s literally on the cusp of superstardom," tweeted YouTuber Grace Randolph who included a frowning "tired face" emoji.
Letitia Wright responds to fan complaints about her COVID 19 tweets
Letitia Wright saw the number of responses and responded asking if it's fair to question the safety of the COVID 19 vaccine.
"Not my intention to make anyone upset Nor am I saying don’t take it. I’m just concerned about what’s in it that’s all. Isn’t that fair to question or ask?" tweeted Wright. "I also listen to doctors...some got their videos taken down. I listen to both sides."
Wright added, "If you don’t conform to popular opinions. but ask questions and think for yourself....you get cancelled."
She also tweeted: "You have every right to ask questions about what goes into your body and ask questions until you feel you are ready. The name Lucifer is an interesting choice *opens bible*."
Wright further tweeted: "His main point is what is in it and is it safe for our bodies to take. I took that point from it. If it disappoints you that I would simply ask this. Then my bad."
Some fans did back what Letitia Wright had to say.
"As a Catholic, I am so glad a public figure such as yourself is standing up and willing to speak the truth. We will not stray from the light of God," tweeted one fan.
"Is this the part where we all take it.. then turn into zombies...controlled by the government?" questioned another fan.
Regarding Letitia Wright as the new Black Panther, while not confirmed by Marvel as of yet, with the recent death of Chadwick Boseman, it's guessed Letitia Wright's character, Shuri, will become the new Black Panther in the sequel that is due out May 6, 2022.