Ray Fisher reveals he will no longer be Cyborg in “The Flash”

The actor Ray fisher published on January 13 a statement on social networks informing that he will not continue playing the role of Cyborg in the movie “The Flash” of DC Films.

I have received official confirmation that Warner Bros. Pictures has decided to remove me from the cast of “The Flash”, assured the actor.

The two-page statement takes up other complaints by the artist made previously about the discriminatory, racist, and coercive behaviors inside of the set recording of “La Liga de la Justicia”.

Fisher accused director Joss Whedon and producers Geoff Johns and Jon Berg of discriminatory behavior on set. WarnerMedia launched an investigation into the matter.

Fisher also accused the president of DC Films, Walter Hamada, of undermining investigations carried out as a result of his denunciations and covering up characters like Geoff Johns.

If the end of my time as a Cyborg is the price for helping to create awareness and responsibility for Walter Hamada’s actions; I will pay it with pleasureFisher said.

Fans of Ray fisher and her role as Cyborg in “The Flash” trendsetting the hashtag #IStandWithRayFisher (#EstoyConRayFisher) on Twitter to offer your endorsement to the artist.

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