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Fans of 'The Mandalorian' have been less than pleased with Gina Carano's Twitter antics. Here's everything you need to know.

Why do fans of ‘The Mandalorian’ hate Gina Carano?

The Mandalorian’s Gina Carano continues to face backlash on Twitter, making controversial posts & comments that have caused some Mandalorian fans to ask Disney to kick her off the show. Carano posted a number of tweets and personally tweeted back at commenters she called “trolls”, leading to even more scrutiny from fans. 

With so many incidents in a short period of time, even a hashtag was created in response. Here’s what you need to know about The Mandalorian’s Gina Carano and what exactly she did to receive so much hate from fans.

Who is Gina Carano?

Carano is a former MMA wrestler who trained in Muay Thai & fought in the lightweight division between 2006 – 2009. While she was scheduled & rumored for more fights, she hasn’t played since a bout she had in August 2009, which was her only recorded loss as a professional fighter.

Carano had her first acting role in 2005 and has been intermittently acting ever since – making appearances in Fast & Furious 6 & Deadpool before landing a starring role in The Mandalorian

Posting a photo of Hitler’s Germany

Controversy started when Carano posted a photo of a mass group of Nazis hailing Hitler. One person in the photo, the only person in the photo not saluting Hitler, is circled, but there isn’t any other context to her posting the photo. 

When commenters questioned the post, she responded with a Business Insider article about the lone man in the photo along with the caption, “Heartbreaking and powerful story of a man who changed his ways for the woman he loved . . . love changes the world, one person at a time”.

Most Twitter fans were confused with her choice of photo, saying Carano didn’t have to post a photo with Nazis to make the same point about love. Whenever Carano received a critical comment, she called them “trolls” & “cowards and bullies”. 

Backlash turns into a hashtag

Three days after Carano posted the photo on Twitter, the hashtag #GinaCaranoIsOverParty started gaining traction. More people were calling Carano a racist after the photo she released, and wanted Carano to post something about the Black Lives Matter movement. 

More people on Twitter brought up older tweets about her anti-mask posts and her retweets from alt-right figures, according to Business Insider. Meanwhile, Carano’s supporters claimed she was being “bullied & harassed by SJW trolls”, according to one tweet.

COVID-19 & protests

In early September 2020, in the midst of the COVID-19 pandemic, Carano received controversy when she wrote on Twitter, “Open up your businesses & churches”. Carano also wrote, “You’re telling me Covid-19 knows the difference between a protest or praise & worship. I haven’t even been to church in over a decade but I sure would go now”. 

Pronoun controversy

Carano received more criticism a week later when fans discovered she put “bleep/blop/bloop” next to her name on her Twitter bio. Since this is usually where people in the LGBTQIA+ community & their allies put their preferred pronouns, Mandalorian fans were quick to make the connection. 

Shortly after the criticism began, Carano tweeted that she had talked to Mandalorian co-star Pero Pascal, who has had his pronouns in his Twitter bio for a while, and “helped me understand why people were putting them in their bios”. However, Carano also mentioned she wouldn’t be putting pronouns in her bio for the time being. 

The next day Carano responded, she said her fake pronouns had “zero to do with mocking trans people”. Rather, she said she did it to expose “the bullying mentality of the mob that has taken over the voices of many genuine causes” and claimed people were misunderstanding her actions.

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  • I don’t hate her…in fact, I’m a fan of hers. The woman has the right to speak her mind and I feel she is being unfairly targeted by the woke Twitter mob over absolutely nothing. Social media is a useless cancer and people are starting to realize that it has zero power in the real world…ignore it and it’ll go away.

    October 13, 2020
  • Gina Is Great in the Mandalorian Show. Certainly not the best MMA fighter ever, but she is attractive and strong at the same time. I’ve came to an conclusion that LGBT and BLM are very hostile towards people with different opinions. For example, if you dare not to support them publicly they will declare you racist, xenophobic etc. Honestly I don’t care, but give me a break. I don’t want to support anybody in public. That doesn’t make me a Nazi.

    October 13, 2020
  • Yup, definitely don’t hate her either. If it seems like a bunch of people do hate her, it’s because they are the most vocal. It’s kind of like Yelp. Most people will make time to complain but not to compliment. Gina Carano kicks ass as Cara Dune. Perfect role for her.

    October 13, 2020
  • Now, i love her more ;)

    October 19, 2020
  • Here’s the thing I admire many, people for there portrayals of character’s. I can admire them, while passionately disputing their political or personal stances. I DO NOT just want people I agree with, to be prominent in life. I value impassioned and reasoned argument, because it challenges my beliefs and where nessacary forces me to change my mind! All sides should remember, just because someone has a diametrically opposed view to your own. It does not mean, they are evil baby eating monsters. (Tucker Carlson and Ben Shapiro aside)

    November 11, 2020
  • If the irrational hate-mongers on the far-Left are trying to get Gina Carano fired for daring to offend them with, God help us, an opposing point of view on current affairs, Gina must be doing something “right!” (pun) Go Gina! . . . Leftists will never understand the following … There Is No Such Thing As A “Dangerous” Opinion. The Only Danger Is In Stifling Opinions… So long as opinions, all of them, are freely allowed to be contradicted …“opinions (to paraphrase Thomas Jefferson) cease to be dangerous.”

    November 14, 2020

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