Sophie Turner is NOT here for your white supremacy memes.
The actress denounced a racist meme featuring her Game of Thrones character Sansa Stark on Saturday after a now-unavailable tweet advocated for “Purity In Race and Culture.”
“White people are the product of 50,000 years of evolution. Do not destroy our genetic legacy by race mixing,” the image of Sansa Stark was captioned. “Do it right! Date and marry white!”
Turner’s response to the racist meme was straightforward. “Ew,” she wrote. “Please don’t use me to promote racism.”
Ew. Please don’t use me to promote racism. https://t.co/u2bftRCbXy
— Sophie Turner (@SophieT) January 26, 2019
She had a similar response to Donald Trump’s befuddling ‘Sanctions Are Coming’ tweet last fall, with which he captioned a photo of himself using GoT font.
— Sophie Turner (@SophieT) November 2, 2018
Turner doesn’t tweet often, but when she does, it generally concerns matters of some significance. Earlier this month, she wrote a Twitter thread explaining how harmful jokes about mental illness could be and prompted those who suffered from suicidal thoughts and depression to seek help.
Yes queen! Put them in check. pic.twitter.com/6Z5A49dxD6
— Bayli Rhodes (@bayli_dawn) January 26, 2019
Queen Sansa deserves to be respected pic.twitter.com/lDy93Rk0d5
— 𝚌𝚊𝚛𝚘𝚕𝚒𝚗𝚊 ♡ (@getawaycar13_) January 26, 2019
Send in the dogs pic.twitter.com/kqS1iamfp9
— Darren J (@teessidedazza) January 26, 2019
— semi-hiatus 🤷🏼♀️💕 (@lotusprincess98) January 26, 2019
this is so horrifying on so many different levels pic.twitter.com/UVwTOkLcbS
— 🌟Lindsey❄️Richter🌟 (@LindseyRichter) January 26, 2019