Star Wars Toxic Fans Targeting Moses Ingram on Racism

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Moses Ingram, who played the role of Jolene on Netflix's “The Queen's Gambit,” seems to be the Latest Target of Toxic Star Wars Fans.

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From the moment, fans saw Moses in The Queen’s Gambit, everyone saw an amazing actor in her. She did her graduation from the Yale School of Drama along with fellow student Jonathan Majors.

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Now, she is ready to ace a completely new and big role in the Star Wars universe. Moses plays Inquisitor Reva Sevander, also known as the Third Sister. She’s force-sensitive.

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She serves the Galactic Empire as a member of the Inquisitorius. Her only mission is to find and capture the Jedi Master Obi-Wan.

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To date, Moses has featured in only two episodes of the 6-episode run of the Disney+ show Obi-Wan Kenobi and she has received a lot of criticism from fans online.

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To speak on this freely and show what she is going through, Moses posted a screenshot from her Instagram account of some of the racist backlash from fans.

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This is not the first time when a well-known celebrity is going through racism, before Moses, John Boyega went through this, Kelly Marie Tran went through this, and now her.

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Reva Savander is still alive so far in the story of Obi-Wan Kenobi. At the initial time of the pilot episode, we see children under attack including one Black girl.

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At that time, the real identity of the girl was not revealed fully but it is likely that this is a young Reva as a Jedi who was attacked and abandoned.