Actor Alec Baldwin again opposed the culture of cancellations, as he compared it to a devastating “forest fire” on Friday in a sharp tweet.
“The culture of abolition is like a forest fire that constantly needs fuel. Functioning objectively. Without prejudice. No code. Just destroy. Deserved and undeserved, “the 63-year-old wrote.
The fierce announcement came a day after he appeared on social media, in an apparently slightly veiled critique of the press coverage of his wife’s inconsistent account of her legacy.
Hilaria Baldwin, 37, came under fire in December for reproducing her Spanish heritage when it was revealed that the yogi used a hesitant accent and grew up as Hillary in Massachusetts.
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In March, the “30 Rock” star posted on Instagram in 14 minutes an explicit statement about the culture of cancellation, according to The Daily Mail.
Baldwin is reportedly attacking keyboard critics who have rushed to “cancel” famous men based on unproven allegations of sexual misconduct.
“I have several people persecuting me to protect people who have been accused of crimes … Well, I’m not defending someone who is guilty of something. I choose to defend someone for whom no guilt has been proven. “
Baldwin appears to be referring to Woody Allen and Governor Cuomo, according to the report.
In a subsequent post, the fiery comedian tried to clarify his mysterious remarks.
“I think my last message lasted too long. What I was saying was that I think the culture of cancellations is getting out of hand. There are people who deserve to be punished for what they did, but not everyone should be punished in the same way, “Baldwin said as he stared at the camera in a dimly lit room.