Evan Rachel Wood Tweet Attacks On Kobe Bryant Are Protected!

Evan Rachel Wood Kobe Bryant attack isn’t getting much backlash. Woke media protecting the white feminist tweet conversation?

The attacks on Kobe Bryant on the day he died by Westworld actress Evan Rachel Wood were horrible and it’s only right she gets destroyed for calling Kobe Bryant names! Disney Frozen 2 actress Evan Rachel Wood Kobe Bryant social media post on Twitter is not getting mainstream media coverage like cancelled Terry Gilliam or Stephen King. When you search YouTube and Google for “Evan Rachel Wood” you only receive search results from TIFF Talks, Good Morning America, The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon, TODAY, The Hollywood Reporter, Vulture, Vanity Fair, Hulu, Team Coco. You have to specifically search “evan rachel wood kobe Bryant”, “evan rachel wood kobe”, or “evan rachel wood on kobe bryant” to even get search results for what the Evan Rachel Wood Kobe Bryant tweet was about. Is Google protecting Evan Rachel Wood Kobe Bryant tweet? It seems that way. A lonely man researches and explains why he feels as if Evan Rachel Wood white privilege is protecting her Hollywood acting career. Why the cancel culture woke people not calling for Evan Rachel Wood cancelled tweets?

Kobe Bryant death was caused by a helicopter crash in Calabasas, Calif. with his daughter Gianna and seven others on Sunday. Hours later, white feminist Evan Rachel Wood tweeted calling Kobe Bryant a “sports hero” and a “rapist.”

“What has happened is tragic. I am heartbroken for Kobe’s family. He was a sports hero. He was also a ******. And all of these truths can exist simultaneously,” the tweet reads.

Evan Rachel Wood was referencing an incident from 2003 outlined in a 2016 article from The Daily Beast in which a 19-year-old woman accused Kobe Bryant of acts in a Colorado hotel room. Kobe Bryant was arrested and charged at the time, but the criminal case was ultimately dropped when the accuser refused to testify and agreed to hear Kobe Bryant issue a formal apology in court, which he had his lawyer read.

At the time, the NBA star admitted to cheating on his wife but said the encounter was consensual. Kobe Bryant and the accuser went to court in a civil case over the matter, which was settled in 2005 for an undisclosed amount.

Evan Rachel Wood Kobe Bryant tweet the Frozen 2 actress caught Twitter backlash at a time when Kobe Bryant fans were rallying to mourn and pay tribute to the late LA Lakers basketball star and his daughter Gianna.

On Monday, Evan Rachel Wood Kobe Bryant tweet had a follow up clarifying her point in drafting the original tweet.
“Beloveds, this was not a condemnation or a celebration. It was a reminder that everyone will have different feelings and there is room for us all to grieve together instead of fighting,” she wrote. “Everyone has lost. Everyone will be triggered, so please show kindness and respect to all.”

Since the initial Evan Rachel Wood Kobe Bryant tweet, people have been debating the merits of discussing Kobe Bryant’s allegations so soon after his untimely death, with many criticizing Evan Rachel Wood for seeking personal attention from the tragedy with others arguing to view Kobe Bryant’s legacy in its totality.

The “Westworld” actress is not the first person to be criticized for their responses in the days since the helicopter crash. Both a Washington Post reporter and a CNN reporter have been criticized for bringing up The Daily Beast article and reminding the public that Kobe Bryant faced a criminal charge.

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