Olivia Munn condemns ‘cowardly and unscrupulous’ hate crime after virtual event targeted by racist trolls

Olivia Munn spoke out after a virtual meeting of Asian-American creators who were subjected to a series of “cowardly and unscrupulous” racist images.

The meeting was attended by Munn and several other prominent Asian-American industry innovators, who fell victim to “Zoom-bombing” – a term used to describe unwanted intrusions. want of outsiders into group video chats.

On Instagram, Editorial office The star condemns the perpetrators.

“Today when holding an AAPI meeting [Asian-American and Pacific Islanders] Women and allies in a conversation about how to stop anti-Asian hate, we were targeted by a Zoom bombshell of horrific, violent, violent images and sounds. race,” wrote Munn.

“We are united to celebrate, uplift and protect the AAPI community, and we have faced hate crimes in real time,” she continued. “It was a cowardly and unconscionable act.”

In its own statement shared on social media, the National Forum on Asian Pacific American Women wrote that the incident had been reported to the FBI.

“Today, while holding a conversation with AAPI women about how to stop anti-Asian hate, we were targeted by a bomb blast about horrific violence and content. racist, vulgar content with the intent of instilling fear in our community,” wrote the organization on Monday (January 24).

“Together, we fell victim to hate when we were chatting in real time about fighting racism.

“We started our event with great and strong spirited members of the AAPI community talking about our experience and using our voices, and we will continue,” they said. said more. “The conversation WILL continue.”

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Tom Vazquez

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