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John Boyega Is A Star Wars Troll As He Responds To Fan Tweets

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John Boyega is all done with his contract with Star Wars and now he can talk whatever he wants about the movie or anything related to the franchise. Maybe this is why he is not shy about his opinion over Reylo, his role as Finn, or the final movie The Rise of Skywalker in general. Recently, he even said that he hates The Last Jedi movie.

John Boyega Is Not Afraid To Express His Thoughts Over Star Wars

Celebrities usually have some social media person to run their accounts, but not John Boyega. He actually owns his tweets by writing them himself. So, when he makes a post about Star Wars, it generally raises a few eyebrows. His disliking towards The Last Jedi was due to his thoughts that Finn was given a role in a subplot of the story. In the case of the recent Episode IX, he was really expressive towards Reylo (Kylo and Rey love spark).


Perhaps Boyega was also part of the community who believed that Finn would either end up with Rey or reveal that he is force sensitive. With all that in the past, the star is back again on his Instagram, posting a video and putting up a caption: “Glad I got that out of my system”.


We wouldn’t be wrong if we say that this is highly unlikely for a celebrity at his level. You can rarely see a big name go head to head with fans and followers. Although this is all entertainment for John Boyega, is this really what he should do?

One thing for sure is that John Boyega is done with the Star Wars franchise. He is quite open about his thoughts over the franchise and final trilogy of the Skywalker saga. For now, let’s enjoy watching him take on masses of haters head-on by making videos such as this one.

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