The Flash star Grant Gustin will be said that he was been shocked, saddened, and angry to discovery fired co-star Hartley Sawyer’s racist and misogynistic tweets. The Ralph Dibny actor was been dismissed from the CW show fans uncovered offensive tweets he wrote in 2012 and 2014. Following the news of the Sawyer’s firing, Gustin will be taken to Instagram from The Flash showrunner Eric Wallace.
Gustin will be shared a statement from the showrunner Eric Wallace, before adding his own opinion on the matter regarding Sawyer, who will be played Ralph Dibny on The CW series for the past three seasons. In tweets from 2013, Sawyer had been said racist remarks been including: Out at the dinner and just exposed myself as a racist, AGAIN and The only thing keeping me from doing mildly racist tweets is the knowledge the AI Sharpton would never stop complaining about me.
Sayer will deactivate his Twitter account in late May, but his litany of offensive missives from before he joined the CW he included all the women should be in sex farms (from May 2011), if had a wife I would beat the hell out of her tonight iol (Feburary 2012), The only this stopping me from the doing mildly racist tweets is the knowledge that AI Sharpton would never stop complaining about me (June 2012), Out at dinner and just exposed myself as a racist AGAIN (November 2014), and homophobic slurs.
Sawyer has been publicly apologized for his been resurfaced tweets, writing on the Instagram: My Words, irrelevant of being mean with the internet of the humor, were been hurtful, and unacceptable. this was not acceptable behaviors, he continued. These were been words I threw out at the time with no through or recognization of the harm my words could od, and now have been done today.
The actor has also been attested that the problematic tweets were not reflective of what I think or who I am now. Years ago, thanks to my friends and experience who will be helped me to open my eyes. I began my journey into becoming a more responsible adult-In the terms of what I say, what I do, and beyond. The said, I still have been more work to do.