Fans Are Now Cancelling The Mandalorian’s Gina Carano On Twitter

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It seems as though yet another actor is being cancelled on Twitter, and this time it’s The Mandalorian’s Gina Carano’s turn to be cancelled.

So, here’s yet another episode of who’s being cancelled this week.

This week, it’s the turn of Gina Carano, a former MMA fighter turned actress.

She recently appeared in The Mandalorian Season 1 and she did pretty well in the role she was given.

She played  Carasynthia “Cara” Dune and was in three episodes of the first season.

It’s believed that she will also appear in Season 2 of the Star Wars live-action TV show.

However, people on Twitter are now called for Carano to be cancelled.

They are claiming that she’s been blocking people online for saying ‘BLM’, and if that is true, then it really is a bit silly of her.

The Mandalorian’s Gina Carano is being cancelled on Twitter

https://twitter.com/mandobiwan/status/1290852528712638472

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I found out this news after seeing that #GinaCaranoIsOverParty was trending on Twitter.

I thought it was a rather odd thing to see and then I thought, “Oh, no. Another actor is being cancelled.”

However, if the allegations that she has been blocking people online for saying ‘BLM’ are true, then this is pretty serious.

It’s completely avoidable and doesn’t really serve any real purpose as far as I and many others are concerned.

That said, there are many people online who are supporting her.

It might end up with another Star Wars actor losing their job in the galaxy far far away…

More on this story as it unfolds.

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