Some people are trying to cause a divide between White people and Black people by claiming they were assaulted in the hands of Black people at Black Panther movies. But it has now been proven to be false.
Black Panther is a movie by predominantly Black people aimed at promoting Black excellence but some social media trolls are trying to mar the movie by sharing photos of Caucasians women with battered faces which they claim was inflicted by Black people at Black Panther movie.
One of the images being circulated happens to be an actual photo of former White House staffer Rob Porter’s ex-wife, Colbie Holderness sporting a black eye.
The caption on the photos reads: “Went to the #BlackPanther premier tonight and my wife was assaulted. Three black women approached us and one said ‘This movie ain’t for you white b****’ and then attacked her. Security escorted us to the parking lot and we left. We just wanted to see a movie.”
Another image shows a woman with a bloodied face with the caption: “i went to see #BlackPanther with my gf and a black teenager shouted ‘u at the wrong theater’ and smashed a bottle on her face.”
The image is actually of a 19-year-old from Sweden, who was attacked by a man at a nightclub in Malmö after refusing his advances.
There were a number of other false photos shared online to accuse Black people of assaulting White people, including a photo showing a woman who was beaten by her boyfriend for hours after being held captive in an apartment.
Thankfully, several social media users were quick to call out the fake posts and some of the troll accounts have been suspended.