Female MMA pioneer Gina Carano drops out of Disney series after controversy – 02/11/2021

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After leaving the game in 2009, the first major female MMA star, Gina Carano, has made a solid acting career. However, last Wednesday (11), the former fighter fired from his most recent job due to a dispute he had started. Through his social network.

According to the Hollywood Reporter, Gina has been released by production company ‘Lucasfilm’ and will no longer reprise her role in Disney’s ‘The Mandalorian’ series. The decision came after the actress shared a publication on her social media claiming that after the election of Democratic President Joe Biden, Republican Party supporters in the United States are being persecuted, as the Holocaust victim Nazi Were in Germany. Second World War.

The controversial publication, after being erased by the former fighter from his social network, led to the creation of a ‘hashtag’, #FireGinaCarano, on Twitter, where people from around the world requested his resignation from the Disney series. For the Hollywood Reporter, a spokesperson for the show’s producers confirmed that Karano is no longer part of the cast of ‘The Mandalorian’.

“Gina Carano is not currently employed by Lucasfilm and has no plans to be in the future. However, her posts on social networks that are defaming people based on their cultural and religious identities are disgusting and unacceptable.”

This was not Gina Karano’s first controversy on the social network. In November last year, the actress had already provoked many fans of the series, who resigned after questioning Democratic candidate Joe Biden’s victory over Republican Donald Trump in the last US presidential elections.

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In the early days of women’s MMA, Carano stood out for both talent and beauty. In less than three years of competing professionally, the American has earned seven wins and one defeat, right in his last disputed fight, against Brazilian ‘Cyborg’, the Strikeforce winged belt (66 kg) in 2009 ) for.

About the author: Sarah Gracie

Sarahis a reporter covering Amazon. She previously covered tech and transportation, and she broke stories on Uber's finances, self-driving car program, and cultural crisis. Before that, she covered cybersecurity in finance. Sarah's work has appeared in The Wall Street Journal, Bloomberg, Politico, and the Houston Chronicle.

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