Actor Lydia Wright faced criticism from followers after sharing an anti-vaccine video on her Twitter account.
This video denies the safety and efficacy of the potential Govit-19 vaccine and the safety of vaccines in general.
Wright is best known for playing D’Salla’s sister Shourie Black leopard And for his Emmy-winning role in the Avengers films and one episode Black glass.
The video he shared is an episode of the YouTube series On Table, in which a group discusses the topic of vaccination. At one point, presenter Tommy Aroomi says: “I don’t understand vaccines clinically, but I’m always been skeptical of them.”
British actor, currently seen in Steve McQueen film Small ax The BBC series has released a link to the video with the “Praying Hands” emoji.
When he was criticized by fans for this post, Wright insisted that it was “valid” to ask “what is” [a vaccine]”.
“If you do not agree with popular opinion. But ask questions, think for yourself … you will be canceled, ”he wrote quickly.
“‘Popular comments,’ You say scientific evidence? ‘ Wrote an answer.
“No, please do not, if you are not a professional please do not spread misinformation. As an actress you have a great platform and it should be used responsibly and respectfully,” wrote another. “If you do not want to be vaccinated do not do it, but do not spread this information to people.”
The Independent Wright’s representatives have been contacted for comment.