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Olivia Munn drops F-bombs during livestream + Helps catch suspect in suspected hate-crime

As we know, hate-crimes against Asian-Americans have been on the rise. Marvel and X-men actress, Olivia Munn, has been using her platform to bring awareness to these heinous attacks.

During an IG livestream interview, someone commented that Munn is "basically white." Watch her heated response below:

I don’t know if this is what people are supposed to do or not, but it just-I wanna do it anyways. oboe_lesss, with an extra s, you can go f*** yourself cuz that’s the f***ing bit that, like, is rampant in this world. He says, “You’re basically white LMAO.” Like my mother is [inaudible]…we’re half…she’s…like I’m half-Chinese-Vietnamese, I’m half-white. And that’s the problem is that when I look in the mirror I don’t see a woman, I see an Asian-American woman. And it doesn’t matter what the f*** you see. The problem is that we have, you know people, who want to diminish us. And the truth is I don’t wanna be white. I don’t wanna be basically white. I’m really proud of being Asian-American. So I just wanted to call that motherf***er out really quick. Moving on. Cuz I don’t think people call people out enough. And I think that actually people in my position feel like they need to like just, you know, like be cool, keep the status quo, but like, that’s not kinda how roll. So anyways…

Additionally, Olivia harnessed the power of social media, posting to twitter and instagram CCTV footage of a man pushing down an older Asian woman. He was eventually identified and caught. Here she is on CNN talking about it. (TW: contains mild violence)

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👏🏽👏🏽👏🏽 good for her! so sad to see the daily attacks on asian-americans tho.😢

from Oh No They Didn't!


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