Orlando Jones decided to share the exchange with one of his American colleagues on Saturday. “I must spill some tea today,” Jones wrote in the afternoon. “I really don’t want it, but you will find out anyway, so you should show receipts and get them because I’m very confused.”
He later added that he “intended to keep it a secret,” but suggested that it would eventually end. He then published screenshots of the conversation via Twitter messages directly with his colleague Ricky Whittell.
According to Jones, this happened after he posted a video depicting the shooting of the American gods in December.
According to what Jones identified as part of Whittle’s conversation, the actor wrote that he was “really concerned” about him. “I want to talk about what you want and what you do with your family,” the message said.
“Using racism cards to burn your house friends is smart, but we both know that it’s just incompetence, not racism. We are involved in a firefight. You put me and the players in a bad position whether it’s unfair.”
Jones then adds his message to the DM screen. “This man does not know what happened between me, Fremantle and Starz,” he wrote, adding that Whittell was not “asked” or “didn’t care.”
He then showed that they had different experiences on the show, showing that Whittell knew “WAY MORE” as “stars”.
Both screens shot Jones’s writing about some of the characters in the series last season. “You wrote some good things and helped us get through a difficult second season,” the interview said in detail.
“When I came to work in Season 2, they never wrote about Mr. Nancy,” Jones said before. He was “on the table for all prisoners”.
In December, Jones released a video that revealed that he was released from the drama Star Wars in September 2019 and was surprised that no one told fans that they would not see his character, Mr. Nancy, in the third season.
(According to a statement issued by Fremantle, Mr. Nancy’s absence was due to the storyline of the books presented in the new episode.) Wrote the new runner [Chic Elgee] from the perspective of black men, “he said at the time.
In December, Whittle shared a message in support of Jones and Elgie as he waited for the third season.
“[I cannot talk about the situation because I have no information about what happened or happened, I was not addressed and I did not secretly know about the decisions made regarding the actors/actions,” he wrote.