The second season of Spike Lee’s Netflix sequence, She’s Gotta Have It, is getting some main criticism for one notably controversial scene.
Star Wars actor and British citizen, John Boyega, took to Twitter to label the sequence “trash” after seeing the scene the place the present’s lead character, Nola Darling, will get right into a debate with a British lover over the subject of Black Brits getting forged so incessantly for Black American roles.
See each Boyega’s tweet and the clip in query, under:
After seeing the slander, Lee took to social media to personally reply, citing a David Harewood article that appeared in The Guardian in 2017, which posed that Black Brits aren’t totally conscious of slavery and racism as a lot as African-People are.
This isn’t the primary time Boyega has defended the thought of British actors being forged in American roles. In 2017, he clapped again at Samuel L. Jackson over his critique about British actor, Daniel Kaluuya, being forged over an African-American actor in Get Out. Jackson’s sentiments echoed Lee’s.
“I do know the younger brother who’s within the film, and he is British,” Jackson mentioned in an interview, referring to Kaluuya. “There are plenty of Black British actors that work on this nation. On a regular basis. I are likely to marvel what would that film have been with an American brother who actually understands that in a method.”
That is clearly a posh problem that has plenty of of us taking sides. See some extra reactions from social media, under: