Elsie Fisher brushed off social media trolls who criticised her excitement for “Bohemian Rhapsody” Golden Globe wins.
“Eighth Grade” star Elsie Fisher responded to Twitter trolls who criticized her for tweeting her excitement after “Bohemian Rhapsody” won two Golden Globes Sunday.
Fisher, 15, expressed her happiness for actor Rami Malek, who won a Golden Globes award for best movie actor for his role as Queen frontman Freddie Mercury in “Bohemian Rhapsody.” The film also won the best drama film at the Golden Globes.
“I’M SO HAPPY RAMI MALEK, AND ‘BOHEMIAN RHAPSODY’ WON THE GOLDEN GLOBES IM GLAD TONIGHT IS THE BEST NIGHT!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!” Fisher tweeted.
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However, some users of social media, and not the same excitement Fisher had. Some felt the film’s director, Bryan Singer, who was reportedly fired from the biopic after complaints of absences, and unprofessional behavior on the set, was accused of sexual misconduct.
The actress tweeted she was confused and asked: “why is everyone so mean?”
“I’m really sorry if I did something wrong,” she wrote.
Fisher then asked social media users to tell her if she did something wrong, because she wanted to better herself and to grow.
“My thoughts on this – please feed me in the future if I do something problematic. I want better for myself and grow! I was also vaguely aware of the director of this movie was bad, but had no other information as to why he was considered as such, or what he had done. Now I know,” she tweeted.
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Later, the rising star wrote she was going to be proud of Rami and the supporting cast, because they are incredible”, but would keep on further problems about the movie.
“Understand this well: there are a lot of problems of people in Hollywood, and as someone who is busy often I do not always have the time to keep up. So tell me,” she tweeted.