The Christian actress calls out reporters who willfully choose to ignore her faith.
Letitia Wright, best known for her roles in Marvel's Avengers franchise, where she plays Shuri, little sister of Black Panther, is first and foremost a Believer. And she is a very outspoken one, constantly giving glory to God for her success and His faithfulness, as we reported here and here.
That does not sit well, it would seem, with some in the news media. And so, as is often their wont when something they're covering does not fit their secular worldview, they simply ignore it (having worked in TV news nearly three decades, we know of what we speak). The latest purveyor of this sort of mendacity, and that's what it is at its heart, is catching a social media upbraiding from the 26-year-old British star.
"It's super cute when journalists/interviewers for magazines leave out the massive part where I give God the glory for the success/achievements in my life."
OUCH! Any newsman worth his salt would hate to be on the receiving end of that sort of public rebuke for jounalistic malpractice. The target in this case, it would seem, is a fashion magazine called Harper's Bazaar. Wright graces the cover of its latest edition as one of its women of the year, though she clearly is not fully the kind of woman it approves of, judging by its suppression of her views, which she sees for the anti-Christian censorship that it is.
To Wright's credit, though, she added the following line to her social media post: "Haha I still love you and God will still be praised." You've got to admire the way she speaks the truth, but does it in a manner worthy of the Gospel...we certainly do. Well done, Letitia!