MMA fighter-turned-actor Gina Carano made her debut on ‘The Mandalorian’ in its first season, playing former Rebel shock trooper Cara Dune. She has been in a total of eight episodes of ‘The Mandalorian,’third most of all the actors. She only trails Pedro Pascal and Carl Weathers.

Fans believe Carano actively promotes hateful, bigoted views, has tweeted misinformation +conspiracies about the American election, doesn’t support wearing masks/treats COVID like a hoax, liked tweets about shooting protesters. Let’s dive into Carano controversial moments.

Carano has been accused of ‘mocking trans people’ with ‘boop/bop/beep’ pronouns joke. 

Carano has been accused of ‘mocking trans people’ with ‘boop/bop/beep’ pronouns joke

Carano had faced calls to add her pronouns to her Twitter biography (a common practise among transgender and cisgender social media users to help avoid misgendering).

However, in response to the demand, the actor added the words “boop/bop/beep” to her Twitter name, in apparent ridicule of the convention.

Defending her actions in a subsequent Tweet, Carano wrote: “They’re mad cuz I won’t put pronouns in my bio to show my support for trans lives. After months of harassing me in every way. I decided to put 3 VERY controversial words in my bio.. beep/bop/boop.”

From there Carano used her Twitter to spread conspiracy theories and misinformed her followers about the 2020 election.

Donald Trump and many other Republicans refused to concede that Joe Biden won the election. They are making outrageous claims such as voter fraud but aren’t providing any proof to their claims. Trump keeps spreading lies and inaccurate information to his supporters.

Gina Carano has been liking tweets that’s been spreading false information. People are want her canceled for supporting an app called Parler.

Some Star Wars fan find it disgusting how John Boyega and Kelly Marie Tran were viciously attacked by racist and sexist people, resulting in reduced roles and zero support from Disney, and Gina Carano gets a major role while associating herself with those very same people.