Gal Gadot’s mother takes aim at daughter’s haters online
Many online commenters have criticized the Israeli actress, who lives in Los Angeles, for not using her immense online platform to address the security situation in her homeland.
Gal Gadot’s mother has had enough of the online venom aimed at her daughter. Gadot, a famous Hollywood actress, has come under attack recently due to her silence on social media about the recent wave of terrorist attacks in Israel.
In an Instagram post mostly dedicated to the upcoming Passover holiday, Irit Gadot also took an apparent shot at her daughter’s critics.
“Superheroes had to be invented,” she said Tuesday in her post, which was accompanied by a photo from the movie “Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice” – with her daughter posing as her “Wonder Woman” character flanked by fellow actors Henry Cavill (“Superman”) and Ben Affleck (“Batman”).
“As a counter to the slander all around us, let it be that ahead of the holiday of freedom, characterized by spring, blossom, and renewal, human beings will perhaps change their ways and spread free love instead of poison,” she wrote, hinting at her daughter’s online critics and apparently evoking the Book of Leviticus 19:16: “Do not go about spreading slander among your people.”
The choice of this verse, as stated, was most likely not unintentional. Since the outset of the current wave of deadly terrorist attacks, many online commenters have voiced their anger at Gadot, who resides in Los Angeles, for not using her massive online platform to address the security situation in her homeland.
She has 77.8 million followers on Instagram.