Netflix recently dropped the jukebox of 13 Reasons Why Season 3 which introduced a new character, Ani Achola whom people are trolling over social media. Let’s figure out what’s the exact reason behind this trolling.
So, Ani Achola (played by Grace Saif) is the new girl in Liberty High School which 13 Reasons Why Season 3 introduced.
After the release of 13 Reasons Why Season 3, we witnessed that fans on social media trolled Grace Saif for her character Ani. Apparently, it seems like fans don’t like the new character, Ani. Fans are questioning, how she knows almost everything about the critical and crucial events of Liberty High School concerning the death of Hannah, Bryce’s death and much more despite the fact that she wasn’t even there.
So, that’s why fans are still trolling Grace Saif for the character she played in season three of thirteen reasons why which have now taken the shape of bullying or some kind of attacks on her ethnicity.
The British actress, Grace Saif being heartbroken chosed to change her twitter account’s privacy from the public to private, and also ended up deleting her pictures from social media. It seems quite distressing that all of the trolling targeted the actress directly instead of the fact that everything fans don’t like is the character of Ani which she’s playing.
People’s Trolling on Grace Amid Racism
Well, it doesn’t what it appears as simply. What if the character of Ani is being played by some other white ethnic actress, do the fans would still dislike her for knowing everything and getting close to Clay?
It seems like people don’t only dislike Grace’s character but they hate the fact that there’s a girl who’s getting closer to Clay, helping him heal, uncover the truth and know everything about the rest. They hate there’s such girl who is beyond the fairytales or fantasy, who’s not like the extra-ordinarily beautiful white ethnic protagonists.
Well, it isn’t for the first time that racial issues are spoiling someone’s lives but in film or tv industry witnessing such an issue despite the fact that there are a number of black ethnic actors, actresses, singers, and models have and still taking over the floor by their spark even accompanied by white ethnics.
It’s such a distressing and heart-wrenching event that one of the finest actresses has to walk away from the viewers over the internet just because they don’t agree to accept her (presumably a normal/random person) as the narrator of the series, and the one who knows everything.
We should voice against such ill-mannered behavior of fans over social media and support Grace Saif to re-build her confidence in getting back with more spark and enthusiasm in 13 Reasons Why Season 4.