Another actor has had his career destroyed after angering the woke mob.
Mena Massoud, the actor that played Aladdin in the 2019 remake, has been cancelled after publicly criticizing the Little Mermaid on Twitter.
Comparing the Aladdin movie to the Little Mermaid movie, Massoud wrote on Twitter:
“Our film was unique in that audiences went to watch it multiple times. It’s the only way we reached the billion dollar mark with our opening.
My guess is [The Little Mermaid] doesn’t cross the billion mark but will undoubtedly get a sequel.”
Apparently those words alone were enough to piss off the racially-sensitive outrage mob, leading to a slew of nasty comments directed at Massoud.
It is important to note that Massoud has Egyptian background, meaning he has North African blood and could arguably identify as being Black.
However, that wasn’t enough to save him from the racial justice trolls on social media.
Some commenters went as far as accusing Massoud of being “anti-Black,” despite his North African background.
In response, Massoud deleted his Twitter account and has gone into hiding.
Only in 2023 can a Black actor be cancelled for making “anti-Black” comments.
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