‘Star Wars’ Gatekeeper Calls Jack Black & Lizzo Bullies

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'Star Wars' Gatekeeper Calls Jack Black & Lizzo Bullies

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Lizzo and Jack Black are formally Star Wars canon, and one Blerd is massive mad about that.

The newest episode of The Mandalorian threw followers for a loop when Lizzo and Jack Black (The Tremendous Mario Bros. Film) appeared on their tv screens.

Within the episode titled “Weapons For Rent,” the theme of redemption continued with Black taking part in Captain Bombardier, a former officer within the “defunct” Galatic Empire, and the pop star taking part in his love, the Duchess.

They rule over a planet referred to as Plazir-15, the place the inhabitants dwell in luxurious inside a elaborate glass dome the place droids, principally imperial, do all the work.

The enjoyable Bryce Dallas Howard-directed episode which additionally boasts a Christopher Lloyd (Again To The Future) cameo, didn’t sit nicely with some viewers, one Blerd particularly.

On Twitter, @ThePencilPimp, aka the “opinionerded,” had ideas a couple of TikTok video of Lizzo and Black having enjoyable of their costumes, claiming the long-lasting film franchise was hijacked by “bullies.”

In a tweet, he wrote, “#StarWars isn’t for us nerds anymore. We who respect the lore & could be in tears after being forged in one of many films or reveals. Star Wars is now for the favored youngsters who giggled & high-fived the bullies for stuffing you in your locker. It’s crashing and #Disney deserves it.”

Twitter Is Utilizing The Drive To Clap Again At The Star Wars Gatekeeper

The tweet has over 4,000 likes, however to nobody’s shock, his take is at present experiencing a ratio, with many disagreeing with him being mad at Lizzo and Black.

“It’s bizarre to imagine that celebrities will not be odd people who take pleasure in typical issues like us, and it’s additionally bizarre to gatekeep one thing that individuals might have cherished since childhood. Cease gatekeeping and heal,” Black Woman Players said in a tweet.

We’ll at all times be right here for healthful Lizzo and Child Yoda content material.

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