Hayden Christensen defends Moses Ingram in the face of racial abuse

Hayden Christensen defends Moses Ingram in the face of racial abuse

Hayden Christensen defends Moses Ingram in the face of racial abuse

Hayden Christensen has spoken out in support of Moses Ingram, Courtesy (Google).

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  • Hayden Christensen has spoken out in support of Moses Ingram.
  • His co-star Ewan McGregor has also expressed his support for her.
  • McGregor previously expressed his support for Ingram, writing, As a leading actor in the series [know] that we stand with Moses. We love Moses.
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As a result of the incident involving Obi-Wan Kenobi actress Moses Ingram, co-star Hayden Christensen has come out in support of her. In a recent interview with ET, the actor discussed the online bullying and prejudice he’s been subjected to since the show’s premiere on Disney Plus. Christensen reprises his role as Darth Vader with Ewan McGregor as the eponymous character now that the series is complete.

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“I’ve heard a little bit about that and, obviously, it really saddens me,” Christensen said during the interview, standing up alongside his co-star. He also complimented the actress, saying, “I think the world of Moses. She’s not only a lovely person and human being but an incredibly talented actress.” Without a doubt, Ingram’s character Reva has captivated fans since the beginning of the series and is the season’s breakout star.

“The first time I saw the first couple of episodes, I was blown away by her performance and just thought that the subtleties and nuances that she brought to this character were there and extremely impressive,” Christensen went over his words. He then anticipated that as the series progressed, viewers would come over to her side. “So, I mean, I hope by the end of the series, people are coming around. I think she’s done a great job and I think [Reva] is an important character and people will come to realize that.”

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Prior to Christensen, McGregor expressed his support for Ingram on Instagram, writing, As the leading actor in the series, as executive producer on the series, [know] that we stand with Moses. We love Moses. And if you’re sending her bullying messages, you’re no Star Wars fan in my mind,” he firmly said, “and if you’re sending her harassing texts, you’re no Star Wars fan in my eyes.””“There’s no place for racism in this world.”

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