Star Wars‘ new side project restricted series Obi-Wan Kenobi debuted on Disney+ last week. While the series brings back two fan top picks – Ewan McGregor as Obi-Wan and Hayden Christensen as Darth Vader- – it likewise presents new characters. One of them is the show’s essential adversary – an Inquisitor named Reva played by Moses Ingram. Be that as it may, since the arrival of the initial two episodes, numerous web clients – evidently discontent with her projecting – have gone after Moses internet, exposing her to bigoted insults and misuses.
Presently, the show’s star Ewan McGregor has shown up to openly endorse his co-star, going after those racially manhandling her. In a video message shared by the Star Wars official Twitter account on Wednesday morning, Ewan should be visible in his vehicle as he says, “This weekend, Star Wars fans made Obi-Wan Kenobi the most-watched Disney+ unique series debut ever. Furthermore, for that, I would agree that a major thank you, and it demonstrates what this family can do when we as a whole arrange. Notwithstanding, it appears to be that a portion of the fanbase has chosen to go after Moses Ingram on the web and send her the most disdainful, shocking DMs, and I heard some of them earlier today and it just made me extremely upset.”
Tossing his weight behind the 29-year-old Emmy-designated entertainer, Ewan adds, “Moses is a splendid entertainer, she’s a splendid lady, and she’s astonishing in this series. She brings such a great amount to the series, so much to the establishment, and it just nauseated my stomach to hear that this had been occurring. I simply need to say as the main entertainer in the series, as the chief maker of the series, that we stand with Moses. We love Moses. Also, assuming that you’re sending her tormenting messages you’re no Star Wars fan to me. There’s a bad situation for prejudice in this world. Furthermore, I thoroughly stand with Moses.”
The assertion repeated the feeling of Star Wars’ true assertion regarding this situation. In a tweet shared late Tuesday night, the assertion read, “We are pleased to invite Moses Ingram to the Star Wars family and energized for Reva’s story to unfold. Assuming anybody means to cause her to feel in any capacity unwanted, we have just a single comment: we stand up. There are more than 20 million conscious species in the Star Wars universe, don’t decide to be a bigot.”
Obi-Wan Kenobi is set a decade after the events of Star Wars Episode II: Revenge of the Sith (2005) and sees Ewan and Hayden return to their notorious characters following 17 years. The series follows Obi-Wan endeavoring to safeguard a youthful Princess Leia as the Galactic Empire’s Inquisitors are after them.