Gina Carano told conservative pundit Ben Shapiro that she was prepared to be fired from Star Wars: The Mandalorian after speaking out on social media.

“I was prepared for, at any moment, they would let me go, because I have seen this happen to so many people,” Carano told conservative political commentator Ben Shapiro.

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“You know, I have seen the expression on their faces.”

The actress added that she has seen the harassment that occurs when artists share their personal views, noting, “They left Twitter, you know? They stopped talking. They showed up on the red carpet and they are depressed and you are sad and there are hard hearts. what- because, you’re going to, you’re going to come for me, I know you are, it’s not a, they’re making it very obvious to their employees that they would come for me. “

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In the end, Carano said she decided she would stay true to herself, even if it meant she was “going to fall swinging.” Carano added, “And I’m going to let that speak … It’s still devastating, but the thought of this happening to someone else, especially someone who couldn’t handle this the way I can. Now, they don’t quite get to do that. They don’t get people to feel that way. “

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Carano also told Shapiro that it was his responsibility to stay true to his views and not give in to pressure from his employers, for the sake of future generations. “If I buckle up, it will be okay for these companies that have a history of lying to be lying and doing this to other people, and they have done it to other people,” he continued. “And I’m not going to go down without a fight.”

Carano was fired from her role as bounty hunter Cara Dune on the Lucasfilm and Disney + series in early February, after posting a series of controversial posts on social media. In one of his tweets, Carano appeared to scoff at the idea of ​​using gender pronouns. According to the actor, she was eventually fired from the project after refusing to post a written apology for her by Lucasfilm and continuing to speak on her personal social media accounts.

Following his departure from The mandalorianIt was recently confirmed that Carano will be partnering with Shapiro’s The Daily Wire to write, produce, direct and star in his own film. Details about the project have not been released.

Created by Jon Favreau, The mandalorian stars Pedro Pascal, Carl Weathers, and Giancarlo Esposito. Season 3 has yet to receive a release date.

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