Lying SJW activists are at it again, perpetuating the discredited Kelly Marie Tran Instagram Incident. After criticizing the capitalist system that supports her career of playing pretend in front of a camera, and graciously allowing cancel culture to exist on a case by case basis, Kelly was asked about leaving social media. Here’s what ETonline wrote:
Kelly Marie Tran definitely doesn’t regret her big decision to quit social media in 2018. ET recently spoke with the 31-year-old actress about her role on the new Hulu series Monsterland, and she also talked about no longer engaging in social media after dealing with severe online harassment when she played the character Rose Tico in the Star Wars franchise.
Tran called the bold move the “best decision ever.”
“I mean, I think that, you know, it’s a different decision for everyone,” she tells ET’s Ash Crossan. “And I think that people should do what they think is right for them. I also think that … it was the best thing I ever did. I don’t know. It’s funny, it feels like people are still shocked by it sometimes. I’m like, no … I just did what was best for me.”
“Why is that so shocking?” she continues with a laugh. “Yeah, I feel great about it.”
Notice how once again Kelly herself doesn’t say anything specifically about “severe online harassment.” That line was provided by the writer of the article instead, Antoinette Bueno. But that won’t stop idiot SJWs from barking, “SEE! SEE!”
But one wonders if she also left Jason Ward’s MakingStarWars.net which she admitted to frequenting back in December 2017:
What dark corners of the Internet did that take you to?
“I was everywhere. I’ve been on Reddit and Making Star Wars [a mega-fan website], and I saw Twitter accounts created by people so that they can tweet one another and role-play as the characters. I love it. I’m aging myself, but I wish Twitter had been around when I was 10 so I could have done things like that. But it has been so cool to see pictures and things coming out in the press and everyone trying to figure out what this or that means. It’s really interesting!”
Will the legacy media be asking Kelly this question 20 years from now? Probably, because they know it’ll be easier to distort the narrative to their liking the further away from the events we get. Which is why it’s a good thing that I’ve produced a documentary on the matter:
Mark with a Cee comments:
Thanks to Stephen Walton for the tip.
Originally published here.