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Letitia Wright Denies Anti-Vaccination Comments On 'Black Panther 2' Set

Letitia Wright Denies Anti-Vaccination Comments On 'Black Panther 2' Set

Letitia Wright denies that she made anti-vaccination remarks on the set of Black Panther 2, according to a Hollywood trade report.

In June, production on the sequel to Black Panther began, with a release date of July 2022. Chadwick Boseman, the star of the original film, is the subject of a complicated sequel that must deal with his real-life death. Wright will reprise her role as Shuri, a Princess of Wakanda and the younger sister of TChalla (Boseman), the Black Panther.

The Hollywood Reporter reported earlier this month that Wright was making anti-vaccination remarks on the set. Wright was admitted to the hospital in late August after suffering a minor injury on set, but returned to filming shortly thereafter.

Wright temporarily deactivated her Twitter and Instagram accounts in 2020 after sharing an anti-vaccination video. She apologized and stated that she didnt mean to hurt anyone.
She has now responded to the latest accusations with similar posts on Instagram and Twitter.
It bemoans me to have to address the Hollywood Reporter reports on October 6th 2021, he said. The article talked about my behavior on the set of Black Panther 2. I will be the first to admit that this was totally untrue.
Wright stated that her goal is to do work that is impactful and inspiring.

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