Kelley Marie Tran’s Instagram Incident Is A Distraction

SJWs have been waiting with bated breath for some nugget to paint the Backlash as horrible racists and sexists and misogynists and all of the rest in the minds of the general public.  On Tuesday, they seemingly found it in a single Tweet about Kelley Marie Tran deleting the content in her Instagram account.

This is how it all started according to Business Insider:

As of Tuesday, Tran’s Instagram page was still visible, with the bio line “Afraid, but doing it anyway,” but there were no posts. Popular but unofficial “Star Wars” Twitter page “Star Wars Facts” tweeted Monday night “Kelly Marie Tran has deleted all the posts off her Instagram due to months of harassment she has received for her character Rose.”

Here’s the tweet that was reported on:

After reading the flurry of articles that were frantically typed out as quickly as possible, one finds very few verifiable facts.  Here’s the actual facts that could be found:

From Polygon:

It’s possible that Tran deleted Instagram because she simply didn’t want to be on the platform anymore. Tran has repeatedly said that she doesn’t like using social media, including Instagram, adding that she doesn’t like to be in the public eye, scrutinized and judged. Many of these statements were posted on Tran’s Instagram account.

From Business Insider:

She has not publicly commented on her reason for wiping her page.

From Vulture:

Tran has not commented yet on the decision to delete her photos…

From ScreenRant:

Kelly Marie Tran, the Vietnamese-American actress who portrayed Rose Tico in Star Wars: The Last Jedi, spent the weekend deleting her Instagram posts, leaving behind a completely barren account; it should be noted, however, that she has not gone so far as to delete the account entirely.

From telegraph.uk.co

Several Star Wars fansites, including Star Wars Facts. are reporting that the purge of Tran’s Instagram account is linked to increased harassment, but Tran has yet to speak publicly about the matter.

From VICE

Despite what the now-viral tweet says, though, we don’t know what, exactly, caused the removal.

That’s it.  That’s all we know for certain.

But the writers of these articles merely used this incident to publicize the following opinions about the Backlash:

From Polygon:

Star Wars fandom has transformed, for many people, into a battle between people who believe they have ownership over a franchise they literally have nothing to do with and people just trying to do their jobs. Fandom used to be inspiring, but a large chunk of it is now gross and off-putting.

From Business Insider:

The “Star Wars” fandom has had a toxic and sexist underbelly that’s reared its head many times since Disney took over.

From Deadline:

With the many Instagram, Twitter and Facebook trolls lurking in the shadows, the world of social media can turn into trash really fast. That’s why Kelly Marie Tran decided to take matters into her own hands and delete all of her posts on Instagram in the wake of the sexist and racist remarks she has received since playing Rose Tico on Star Wars: The Last Jedi.

From CNET:

The Last Jedi actors aren’t the only ones facing harassment. Fans who truly despised The Last Jedi went so far as to threaten the filmmaker responsible, director Rian Johnson, with death threats. As we reported in our CNET special report iHate, online abuse is getting worse. And it exacts a very real toll on ordinary web-goers and celebrities alike.

From Jezebel:

And while I can’t personally vouch for the reliability of this story’s source—a Twitter account called Star Wars Facts—the original tweet’s nasty replies coupled with the respectable publications and Twitter users running with this story is enough for me to feel comfortable throwing it at the top of our only occasionally-accurate Dirt Bag.

From VOX:

Although Tran’s Instagram account remains, all of her old posts have now been deleted. And a Twitter account called Star Wars Facts is saying that it’s because of the “months of harassment” she has experienced at the hands of Star Wars fans. One fan-run Twitter account does not a solid source make, so we can’t say for sure that Tran really did delete her Instagram posts because of harassment. But we do know there’s been some pretty vicious racism directed at both Tran’s character Rose and at Tran herself.

From Eonline:

Actress Kelly Marie Tran has deleted all of her Instagram posts, after reportedly suffering “months of harassment” following the December 2017 release of Star Wars: The Last Jedi.

From TIME:

Since the installment’s December 2017 release, she has reportedly been subjected to months of sexist and racist comments.

From NME:

According to Star Wars Facts, she has now deleted all posts from her Instagram account due to the harassment.

From NY Daily News:

The actress, 29, didn’t provide an explanation for why she removed the photos, but the “Star Wars”-devoted Twitter account “Star Wars Facts” claims she deleted the posts “after facing months of harassment from angry fans.”

From ScreenRant:

Through Instagram, Tran utilized her earned spotlight to express words of positive encouragement and empowerment, but it was these same actions which also led to increased attention and trolling by Star Wars’ more toxic and regressive fans.

From CBR.com:

The Star Wars Facts Twitter account offered clarification about the disappearance of Tran’s posts, tweeting, “Kelly Marie Tran has deleted all the posts off her Instagram due to months of harassment she has received for her character Rose in #TheLastJedi.”

From IGN:

Kelly Marie Tran has wiped her Instagram account, allegedly due to harassment following her appearance in Star Wars: The Last Jedi.  Tran, who portrayed Rose Tico in Star Wars: The Last Jedi, has deleted all of the posts from her Instagram account, which now only has a bio reading “Afraid, but doing it anyway.” This has led many to speculate that the actress has done so due to the high volume of negative comments she reportedly has been receiving on social media from people who weren’t thrilled with the movie.

From Express.co.uk

It’s not been confirmed why the actress, who plays Rose in the new movies, has made the surprising move; but it’s been widely linked to her being bullied online by a vicious corner of the Star Wars fandom for months.

From UPROXX

At this time, it’s believed Tran (the first woman of color to have a leading role in a Star Wars movie) deleted the posts “due to months of harassment she has received for her character Rose,” according to Star Wars Facts.

From AV Club:

We already heard about the 46-minute cut exclusively for misogynists, and today a Star Wars fan page on Twitter has revealed that Kelly Marie Tran (who played Rose in The Last Jedi) has deleted her Instagram page after dealing with “months of harassment” from Star Wars fans.

From Hollywood Life:

It seems to have become too much for Kelly to handle, understandably. Rather than see constant attacks and threats on Instagram, she’s deleted all of the posts from her account entirely.

From globalnews.ca

Kelly Marie Tran, who starred in Star Wars trilogy movie The Last Jedi, has deleted all of her posts on Instagram after months of racist and sexist harassment from so-called fans of the franchise.

From pedestrian.tv

Star Wars: The Last Jedi actor and wonderful human sunbeam Kelly Marie Tran has seemingly deleted all the posts off her Instagram feed, with speculation rife that targeted harassment from fans is the cause.

From FOX News:

“Star Wars: The Last Jedi” star Kelly Marie Tran has gone completely dark on Instagram. The actress deleted all of her posts, reportedly in response to “Star Wars” fans who had been constantly bullying her online.

From metro.co.uk

Kelly Marie Tran, who appeared in Star Wars: The Last Jedi, has deleted her Instagram after she was reportedly the target of trolling fans of the franchise. Not very fandom behaviour, guys! While it’s not been confirmed that was indeed the reason behind the deletion – and, remember Blake Lively deleted all her posts recently to drum up buzz for her latest film – speculation is rife she was a victim of targeted harassment.

From Joe.ie

There were, however, plenty of people who didn’t like The Last Jedi. And if you are one of them, that’s cool. But what’s not cool, however, are people who use not liking a movie about space wizards for children as a reason to sending attacks against those involved. Kelly Marie Tran has faced a lot of that abuse, and now it appears she has deleted all of her Instagram posts because of it.

From Yahoo Entertainment:

Kelly Marie Tran, who played Resistance fighter Rose Tico in Star Wars: The Last Jedi, delighted fans with her adorable Instagram account.  But over the weekend, the actress deleted all of her posts, after months of online racial and sexual harassment.

From MovieWeb:

Since the release of Star Wars: The Last Jedi late last year, actress Kelly Marie Tran, who played the new character Rose in the Star Wars sequel, has received excessive amounts of hatred and harassment on her social media accounts from people who did not like her role in the movie. Finally having enough of the cruel backlash, the actress has deleted everything on her Instagram account.

From Nylon.com:

Star Wars: The Last Jedi breakout star Kelly Marie Tran has reportedly deleted all of her Instagram posts after facing months of harassment from fans, according to popular Star Wars fan account Star Wars Facts.

From Refinery29:

Kelly Marie Tran, who plays Rose Tico in the Star Wars franchise, deleted all of her Instagram posts last night as an apparent response to harassment.

From The Playlist:

It appears that after months and months of racist and sexist comments on Instagram, actress Kelly Marie Tran has deleted all her posts and essentially wiped her profile clean. According to Star Wars Facts, the actress scrubbed her Instagram “due to months of harassment she has received for her character Rose in #TheLastJedi.”  While there’s no statement from the actress, it does appear that the social media trolls have made her retreat from the platform, which is a shame.

From The Playlist:

The first woman of color to play a leading role in the Star Wars films has deleted all her posts on Instagram after enduring months of abuse from racist and sexist fans.

From Nextshark.com

After reportedly enduring months of online abuse from some angry Star Wars fans, actress Kelly Marie Tran has allegedly decided to delete all of her Instagram photos.

From okmagazine.com

Just six months ago, relative unknown Kelly Marie Tran burst onto the big screen in a major way with the role of a lifetime, Rose Tico, a rebel mechanic in Star Wars: The Last Jedi. As the first Asian-American to play a lead character in the franchise’s more than 40-year history, she became an instant role model. But this week the rising star was bullied off Instagram, where she had been documenting her storybook success, after being harassed by racist trolls.

From yomyomf.com

Yahoo Movies UK has reported that THE LAST JEDI’s Kelly Marie Tran, who played the groundbreaking character Rose Tico in the eighth installment of the Star Wars Saga, has deleted all of her posts on Instagram sometime this weekend. Although Tran developed a big fan base and coveted Instagram account, with THE LAST JEDI also earning over $1 billion worldwide, it is considered a divisive film for Star Wars fans — mainly woman hating, mostly male fans who feel that the franchise had been appropriated by “feminists” and “political correctness.” In other words, classic Gamergate bullshit.

From 10news.com

“Star Wars” actress Kelly Marie Tran has reportedly deleted her Instagram posts, leading to speculation that fans upset over her “Last Jedi” role are to blame.

From Newsweek:

Kelly Marie Tran, who played Resistance mechanic Rose Tico in Star Wars: The Last Jedi, has quit social media, wiping her Instagram posts after becoming a focal point for racist and sexist anger aimed at the latest entries in the Star Wars series.  As a woman of color, Tran became an easy target for online subcultures aggrieved at minor gestures toward equality in our most mainstream storytelling mediums.

From 1075DaveRocks:

Kelly Marie Tran, who starred in Star Wars trilogy movie The Last Jedi, has deleted all of her posts on Instagram after months of racist and sexist harassment from so-called fans of the franchise.

From BleedingCool.com:

Speculation is that she deleted it due to an excessive amount of negativity, including outright abuse and harassment on the basis of her appearance, race, and because she had the audacity to be in a Star Wars film and enjoy it.

From Hypable.com

Kelly Marie Tran hasn’t commented publicly on her reasoning for purging her Instagram — nor, of course, does she need to. But without further information, it’s hard not connect the sudden departure from the many months of trolling, harassment, and abusive comments that Tran has endured from so-called Star Wars fans.

From IndieWire:

‘Star Wars: The Last Jedi’ Star Kelly Marie Tran Wiped Her Social Media After Months of Harassment.  The first woman of color to play a lead role in the billion-dollar franchise wiped her primary social media account after months of harassment from “fans” of the series.

From DigitalSpy:

Kelly Marie Tran has wiped her Instagram account, possibly due to harassment from fans.  The Star Wars: The Last Jedi actress, who plays Rose Tico, removed all of her posts from her profile, which has 191,000 followers – although her account is still active. Although no reason from Tran has been given yet, it is being reported that it is because of the racist and sexist abuse she has had to endure over the past few months.

From New Haven Resgister:

The deletion was spotted by Star Wars Facts, a fan site dedicated to the franchise, on Monday night, saying Tran had left because of “months of harassment.”

From SFGate:

“Star Wars: The Last Jedi” star Kelly Marie Tran has erased all of her Instagram posts, with “Star Wars” fans pointing to months of racist trolling as the reason for her exit.  The deletion was spotted by Star Wars Facts, a fan site dedicated to the franchise, on Monday night, saying Tran had left because of “months of harassment.”

From Page Six:

Actress Kelly Marie Tran has decided to quit social media after being subjected to months of racial and sexual harassment over her role in “Star Wars: The Last Jedi.”

From Entertainment Tonight:

Kelly Marie Tran is done dealing with racist and sexist harassment from “Star Wars” fans on her Instagram page.  The Vietnamese-American, who starred as Rose Tico in “The Last Jedi” deleted all of her Instagram posts over the weekend.

From Yahoo Sports:

Kelly Marie Tran, who played Resistance fighter Rose Tico in Star Wars: The Last Jedi, delighted fans with her adorable Instagram account.  But over the weekend, the actress deleted all of her posts, after months of online racial and sexual harassment.

From Heavy.com

Tran starred in The Last Jedi as Rosie Trico, a mechanic who befriends Finn, John Boyega, and ultimately helps to save the day. The website Star Wars Facts was the first to report that Tran removed her page after suffering a torrent of harassment.

From Variety:

Kelly Marie Tran, who played Rose Tico in “Star Wars: The Last Jedi,” has taken herself offline after experiencing months of social media harassment.

From Vulture:

Perhaps she just came to the rational conclusion we should all reach, which is that social media is a net negative on one’s life and should be abandoned while there’s still time. However, it’s more likely that she shuffled off that sepia-tinted coil because trolls — many of them virulently racist and body-shaming, some of them merely anti–Last Jedi — wouldn’t shut the hell up and leave her alone.

From telegraph.co.uk

Yesterday Kelly Marie Tran, the first woman of colour to have a significant role in a Star Wars movie, deleted her Instagram history following months of harassment from fans. 

From NBCnews:

This week, it was reported that “The Last Jedi” star Kelly Marie Tran deleted her Instagram account after months of abusive comments. Though it remains unclear exactly what drove Tran’s decision to leave the platform, she did delete every last picture. Meanwhile, the response by some white male fans so far suggests she was indeed the target of sustained harassment.

From WIRED:

Unfortunately people—mostly men, though not only—also sling misogynistic, racist slop on the internet. Tran apparently got so much of it on her Instagram feed that she quit.

So here’s what we can gather from these articles.  Most of them really wanted to drive home that Kelley Marie Tran was the first “woman of color” lead character in Star Wars, to help highlight the purported “racist” and sexist” attacks of the fans.

But what’s interesting here, is that all of these articles are essentially reporting on the content from the single tweet from Star Wars Facts as posted above.

I asked Star Wars Facts the following question:

As of this writing my tweet has received no response, but I’ll update this post should a response come in the future.

So as of right now, it appears that all of these articles based their opinions on a single tweet that itself was pure speculation as to Kelley Marie Tran’s motivations for deleting the content on her Instagram page.

Some attempted to support this speculation with examples.  There were two primary examples that were used.

The first example was a Tweet from Ramzpaul:

ramzpaul

It needs to be explained to SJWs here, that this is satire, because SJWs are incapable of distinguishing between genuine harassment and satire/parody.  The user is not attacking Kellie Marie Tran, but rather, is poking fun at the Rose Tico character.  That’s an important distinction to make, because the production staff of The Last Jedi clearly took great pains to make the Rose Tico character gender neutral, frumpy, and very proletariat-y.  The actor, Kelly Marie Tran, is a beautiful woman in real life.

TranTico

Many of the articles also pointed to a Huffington Post article about a racist edit in a Wookiepedia entry.  David Moye wrote:

Last week, someone changed the Rose Tico page on the “Star Wars”-oriented Wookieepedia website to feature a character description that can only be described as flat out racist.

The page text has since been changed back to the original character description, but the screenshot below shows the offensive entry, which includes changing the character’s name to “Ching Chong Wing Tong” and referring to her as “stupid, autistic and retarded.”

The only clue as to the identity of the person who made the alteration, was an IP address according to Newsweek:

Wookieepedia admins have removed the vandalism, closing off Rose’s page for editing. A history of the edits to the page, with attached IP addresses, is still publicly available, though the edit in question has been removed. Young told Newsweek the IP address attached to the edit in the screenshot is 64.203.14.213. The user has been blocked from using Wookieepedia or any other FANDOM wikis.

Motivation cannot be gleaned from an IP address.  But we do know, that SJWs routinely like to pose as their political adversaries, and perpetrate Hate Hoaxes in an effort to prove points that don’t exist.  Who can forget the infamous Tea Party Infiltrators?  SJWs are notorious for this stuff.

In fact, it was a feminist SJW who put together the De-Feminized Fan Edit in an effort to mock and ridicule “MRA” critics of The Last Jedi.

So any of these purported pieces of evidence in this regard, are suspect unless the person making the posts or edits and their true motivations are discovered.

What none of these articles cited, was the years of abuse from Lucasfilm representatives that critical fans of the Disney version of Star Wars have received, which can be read about here.

Additionally, several Lucasfilm representatives and writers in the media have claimed that Lucasfilm reps have received death threats.  If this is the case, where are the investigations?  Death threats should never be taken lightly.  All parties who have received such death threats should call the FBI and their local law enforcement agencies immediately to have these threats investigated.

This also has a similar stench to the infamous Fake Black Stormtrooper Controversy.

It’s also worth noting, that many of these writers, were the some of the very same writers that screeched about Wonder Woman’s armpit hair.

These media writers were also perfectly okay with creator George Lucas be driven out of his own franchise due to fan harassment.

And where was Newsweek’s virtue when they wrote that 9 year old Jake Lloyd “stinks.”

At the end of the day, the timing of this incident and the widely published articles is fishy to say the least.  It comes right after Solo’s disastrous 2nd weekend.  Many SJWs were likely buying into all of the excuses for the equally disastrous opening weekend, and as a result were expecting Solo to bounce back during the 2nd weekend.  When that didn’t happened, and things actually turned out to be even worse, the SJWs all over the internet devolved into hysterics.

The willingness to run with an unsourced tweet as the basis of an article, seems to have two potential purposes.  First; to paint the Backlash as racist and misogynist in an effort to discredit them, so that others won’t listen to Backlashers.  Two; to shame the Backlashers into being quiet.  Disney knows darn well, if the Backlash continues with this level of ferocity up until Episode IX is released, then Episode IX will be doomed.   So they’ll do anything they can to quiet the Backlash down.

It also seems to be intended to direct attention away from this story.

The problem with this is, the general audience doesn’t care about any of that.  The general audience has already spoken, and skipped Solo.  Continuing to push this Narrative will only serve to further push even more members of the general audience away.

UPDATE:

Ethan Van Sciver comments on this story:

Geeks + Gamers offers their opinion:

John Talks Star Wars lets fans know what he thinks:

SC Reviews offers his own cool and collected perspective:

UPDATE:

You can read about an alternative theory as to Kelly Marie Tran’s withdrawal from Instagram right here.

UPDATE:

No Bull$h!+ comments on this story:

UPDATE:

I’ve gone through and examined the few pieces of purported evidence of harassment that is being shared all over social media.  In most cases they do not appear to be genuine, and do not support the idea that racist and/or misogynist harassment existed in a genuine fashion.  You can see the evidence yourself at the following links:

Exhibit A

Exhibit B

Exhibit C

Exhibit D

Exhibit E

Exhibit F

Exhibit G

 

54 thoughts on “Kelley Marie Tran’s Instagram Incident Is A Distraction

  1. If there is one thing SJWs can do very well, is to manufacture artificial outrages so that they can play victim against some imaginary “ism” in order to gain sympathy from the unsuspecting mainstream audience.
    It seems less and less people are falling for this by now old trick with each passing day, however.

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      • Which is why normies need to screen cap minority star’s web presence on a routine basis. SJW victories generally come after some “incident”, which in the past has often been found to be fake and/or perpetrated by the particular SJW in person. Leftist schools have had professors fake attacks upon themselves, had it exposed but the school would force “diversity and sensitivity” training on the student body anyway. Gamergate blew up on the basis of “harassment” by a tiny minority but ended up huge. Uncle Ethan had a good idea in making “Tico” and Tran his mascots, thereby inoculating himself from the SJW “backlash”. He should have also had his fandom menace all get on Tran’s instagram, FB, and twitter praising the star and hoping for her continued presence in (other) movies even if they didn’t find SWTLJ particularly good.

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    • Well there was a bit of “black stormtrooper” pushback from myself and some fans I spoke to, but that’s not because we’re racist but because the -Empire- is. My issue is that the Empire (and by extension the First Order) is based on Nazis and thus wouldn’t logically be welcoming of women or people of color in their ranks. The heroic Rebels are a diverse, welcoming group and someone like Boyega’s character would find a place among them easily. The evil, racist sexist Empire would not allow him any more than the KKK would. Because they’re, you know, evil like that.

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    • The words of Charles Augustus Magnussen to Dr. Watson: “It’s all about knowledge; everything is. Knowing is owning.”
      Watson: “But, if you just ‘know’ it, you don’t have proof.”
      Magnison: “‘Proof’? What would I need ‘proof’ for? I’m in news, you moron. I don’t have to prove it, I just have to print it.”
      –Sherlock, “His Last Vow”, Season 3, Episode 3, Timestamp: 1:17:36.
      Candace Owens, Director, Turning Point USA, explains to Dave Rubin on The Rubin Report (https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BSAoitd1BTQ) that the reporters she dealt with resembled “hit men” more than “reporters.”

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