One of the fresh heroes in the world of MCU is the most liked character, Shang-Chi, and The Legend of the Ten Rings’ Simu Liu. He is termed as the Master of Kung Fu who got started last year, and there’s no doubt to predict his more arrivals in many films in the following years. Still, a sequel to his very own solo project has not yet been declared, and neither about the heroes’ next cameo.
It’s an old ritual that if someone enters the Marvel Cinematic Universe, their fanbase reaches the height. The craze grows more and the character becomes the center of attraction undoubtedly. This can’t be always good, as there are lots of categories of fans out there, including the toxic ones. Now, Simu Liu has stepped on social media to call out about his recent experience with some toxic fans at a book signing event.
Simu Liu Is Pressing Charges Against Toxic Autograph Seekers
Now, Simu Liu has stepped on social media to call out about his recent experience with some toxic fans at a book signing event. Simu Liu wrote on Twitter to convict the actions of “professional autograph seekers” whom he had a bad confrontation with at a book signing event for his newly released book, “We Were Dreamers.” He tweeted:
“Had a not-great altercation at the end of my book event in Philly. Look, I’m trying to have a real moment with my audience. If you come to my events and harass me or make me or my fans uncomfortable, there’s no chance in hell I’m going to sign for you. Don’t cross that line.”
He also clicked a photo of the gang who provoked such an issue, which was kind of blurry and showed only an out sketch of the person in the driver’s seat. He also confirmed that he has filed a police case with the help of local authorities and now pursuing press charges against the harassers.
“Autographing for people who will just resell it on eBay is a personal choice. Sometimes we do it, but I don’t personally like to reward certain types of behavior… especially when the people get aggressive and invasive and make my real fans and supporters uncomfortable. I’ve had a couple of bad experiences in a row where my personal space has been badly violated. Just know that if you cross that line for me or for my fans, there isn’t a chance in hell I’m ever gonna sign for you.”