'Game of Thrones' star Nathalie Emmanuel says she frequently deals with racism, misogyny
“Game of Thrones” star Nathalie Emmanuel posted a comment Monday that she received from a individual on the internet to show what it was like to “deal with standard misogyny and racism.”
Emmanuel, 29, posted the remark on her Instagram page with the caption, “Not genuinely the kinda post you want to place out at the start off of a new week. Also not right here to preach but in case any person was wondering what obtaining to deal with regular misogyny and racism is like here you go.”
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The comment to Emmanuel read, “Go back to Africa you black c— you are famous on white man’s land not in your black monkey ancestors country.”
Emmanuel concluded her post with, “Sending enjoy and thanks to every person fighting the excellent fight, what ever background you came from.”
The “Fate of the Furious” star tweeted Tuesday thanking her fans for their assistance and said she reported the person for his remark.
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“Thanks for the support guys, certainly reported the guy. People keep asking why I didn’t show his name. Often providing a person, like this, focus very good or poor is precisely what they want. I’m not tryna give him any a lot more shine beyond displaying individuals this s— is happening,” she tweeted.
The British-born actress portrays Missandei, an interpreter, on the well-liked HBO series.
Published at Wed, 11 Apr 2018 15:08:00 +0000