Gina Carano will talk in detail about her Lucas film in an intimate interview The Ben Shapiro Show On Sunday. Best known for her breakout role as Cara Dune on The MandalorianCarano was removed from the popular Disney + series earlier this month after controversial social media posts. With the hashtag #FireGinaCarano on the Internet, Lucasfilm announced that the studio had severed all ties with the actress due to her “disgusting” behavior.
Carano will share her side of the story with Shapiro, explaining how she was “bullied” by Lucasfilm over a period of time, while emphasizing that she is not the only one. From the interview, by deadline.
“I’ve been through so much, and now I’ve clearly seen so much of the bullying that went on, and I’ve seen it before … I’m not the only one who’s ever been bullied by this company and I know it so exactly. I could share a story that would turn things around in the media, but I can’t because it would sell out a friend … Everyone is scared of losing their job. “
Gina Carano also explains that her shooting wasn’t exactly a big surprise. From their perspective, the actress and MMA star describe how they felt lifted out of the studio and agree with Shapiro that Lucasfilm has double standards, depending on political views.
“You know how boxers sometimes go headhunting and forget to go on the body? I feel like Disney or Lucasfilm or whoever, just certain socialmediagossips in this company … I feel like headhunting. They have been everywhere on me and watching me like a hawk and I watch socialmediagossips in the same production and they can say anything they want and there I had a problem. I had a problem because I didn’t go along with the story. “
Almost immediately after Carano’s release, it was announced that she was teaming up with Ben Shapiro to develop, produce, and star a new film for The Daily Wire. In the new interview, she also talks about how it felt when Shapiro contacted her after the controversy.
“When you called, my body is still shaking. It’s devastating, but the thought of it happens to anyone else, especially someone who can’t handle it the way I can, no, they can’t. They attract. It will it won’t be possible for socialmediagossips to feel this way … and if I buckle up it will be okay for these companies that have lied in the past to lie and do this to other socialmediagossips, and they did it to other socialmediagossips, and I won’t go down without a fight. “
Carano’s critics would say her dismissal is a long way off, as the controversy wasn’t the first time this month saw her in hot water because of her social media behavior. She was previously at the center of a #FireGinaCarano campaign for other posts on sensitive topics such as election fraud and gender pronouns. There were many who were happy to see them go, though there were also tens of thousands of fans asking Lucasfilm to bring them back The Mandalorian.
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