Ray Fisher went after Warner Bros. for ‘Racist and Discriminatory Practices.’ A 34-year-old actor made a tweet on Friday night, where he was accusing Warner Bros again of Racism. Whereas Ray Fisher is still expecting an apology.
Fisher who played the role of Victor Stone a.k.a Cyborg in the DC Extended Universe gave his response to the tweet made by the studio’s Black History Month tribute, where he revealed some black actors who have a heroic history such as Will Smith as Deadshot, Jurnee Smollett as Black Canary, and Idris Elba as Bloodsport.
“This Black History Month, we’re spotlighting some of our favorite DC characters,” the tweet read. “Here’s to the powerful moments and the entertainment they’ve brought to the big screen!”
Fisher replied by giving a powerful suggestion
“OR….you could try spotlighting an apology to the non-fictional Black people affected by your company’s racist and discriminatory practices,” he wrote.
Fisher was able to make his DCEU first-time performance to the public in 2016’s Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice.
He repeated his role as Cyborg for 2017’s Justice League, this event marks the commencement of the various issues he has with the studio.
Fisher claimed that he was not aware of the racist conversation going on, he would have addressed the matter. Although Warner Bros have not replied to the tweet, his fans made their support known to the detective actor with the hashtag