Simu Liu reveals that fellow Marvel Stars have lost their grandparents to COVID after expressing their opposition to the vaccine.


“Shang-Chi” star Simu Liu tweeted support for the COVID-19 vaccine hours after “Ant-Man” actor Evangeline Lilly claimed “physical sovereignty” over the vaccine obligation. did.

Lily went to Instagram yesterday and posted about her participation in a vaccination opposition rally in Washington, DC, hosted by a non-profit organization belonging to Robert F. Kennedy Jr. Caused widespread controversy Because today’s people said they had less freedom than Anne Frank.

The actress who played Hope Pym or Wasp in the 2018 movie Ant-Man and the Wasp did not mention Kennedy, but instead took a picture taken during the rally, “Vaxxed Democrat for Medical Freedom.” , “” Vaxx-Choice Nurses “and” Federal Government for Medical Freedom “. She also included a quote from the Navy Ravicant, an Indian-American entrepreneur.

“I was in Washington, DC this weekend to support physical sovereignty, and Canadian truck drivers were rallying peaceful convoys across the country to help do the same.” Lily captioned her post. “Under the threat of violent attacks, untrial arrest or detention, loss of employment, homelessness, hunger, loss of education, alienation from loved ones, and the threat of defeat, everyone goes against their will. I believe we should not be forced to inject anything from society and under any threat. “

“This is not the way,” she added. “It’s not safe. It’s not healthy. It’s not love. I understand what the world is afraid of, but I don’t think answering it with all your might will solve the problem. I used to be a pro choice before COVID, but I am still a pro choice today. “

In response, Liu later used Twitter to share mandatory Covid-19 vaccination time support after Lily shared her Instagram post.

“Last year, I lost my grandparents to COVID,” Liu said. Tweet.. “They were still waiting for the vaccine. I was fortunate to have been double-vaccinated and boosted when I was infected with COVID two weeks ago. I felt like a cold. The media told the facts and science. We need to stop shining the spotlight on unrooted opinions. “

“As an @UNICEFCanada ambassador, I’ve seen the efforts of organizations to deliver vaccines to underprivileged families around the world,” he says. Added.. “It reminds me of how lucky I am to live in a place where delivery and storage of vaccines is not an issue. Thank you.”

Actor David Dastmalchian, who played cyber criminal Kurt Gorester in both Marvel Studios’ Ant-Man movies, and Polka-Dot Man in the 2021 DC comics movie The Suicide Squad also shared their views on Twitter. did. Users believed they were referencing Lily’s Instagram post.

Marvel Star’s Letitia Wright, who played “Black Panther” in Princess Shuri 2018, was also previously accused of being opposed to vaccination on social media. Newsweek..

Featured image via cbc q (left), Marvel Entertainment (correct)

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