Williams defended the cancel culture saying that it was good to be more sensitive when it comes to speaking and that comedians must please the majority
A spokeswoman for Neymar categorically rejected these accusations to the newspaper and assured that the termination of the contract with Nike was due to commercial reasons.
According to Glover, filmmakers, gripped by the fear of being canceled, "feel they can only experiment with aesthetics." He added that there are also those who don't experiment because they simply "know they're not that good"
In an interview with Vox, strategist James Carville criticized the Democratic Party, discussing wokeness, its messaging, and radical progressive policies
A snarky tweet from John Cleese took direct aim at the hypocrisy and opportunism of the woke culture
"I don't think actors have an obligation to have a public role in society," Scarlett Johansson asserted. "Some people want to do it, but the idea that you're obligated to do it because you're in the public eye is unfair. You didn't choose to be a politician, you're an actor."
The company will stop marketing And to Think That I Saw It on Mulberry Street, If I Ran the Zoo, McElligot's Pool, On Beyond Zebra!, Scrambled Eggs Super!, and The Cat's Quizzer.