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Former ‘Glee’ star Amber Riley ‘contempts’ to be called Mercedes: I don’t answer and if you do I’ll block you

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Former ‘Glee’ star Amber Riley ‘contempts’ to be called Mercedes: I don’t answer and if you do I’ll block you

Amber Riley wants everyone to know that she is Not Mercedes.

Before Glee actress Amber Riley released a public service announcement to let her Twitter followers know that she’s not her character. In fact, she “despise” being called a character instead of her real name. She tweeted:

“I despise when ppl call me Mercedes. Put some respect on my name. Call me AMBER or RILEY. It’s a myth that I even have to say it. There is no shadow to the show/character that made my career, but please stop this. I don’t reply to it, and if you do it directly, I will block you. “

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She tweeted back:

“I’ve done too many things in my career to be reduced to one role. Whether you respect the work I’ve done or not, I don’t really care, BUT basic human courtesy is to see me as a person and use my real name. Boundary. ”

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Some of her followers agree that not calling her by her first name is actually disrespectful, while others feel that the Off-Broadway star is reading too deeply into it.

One person wrote:

“Please go ahead and stop me Amber. I love and respect you and always will. You seem to forget that while you worked hard to get where you are, you wouldn’t be there without your fans. “

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Another person wrote:

“Just because she gets a share of her success from the fans doesn’t mean the fans own her or get anything from her. And you don’t respect her – you are sabotaging and talking to her right now for making a very small but important and personally meaningful request. ”

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“I respect your thoughts on this but to say I don’t trust anyone means any disrespect. Back in the day OG actors were often referred to by the names of the characters they played. It seems to be a term of endearment. Later in their career (after many roles), it stopped. ”

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talk to them I don’t see many of your co-stars calling their characters as much as you do. And the person who is basically her character isn’t called by that name. “

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“I’m calling Lea Michelle rachel but it’s because I really don’t respect her..”

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“Talking about Bitin The Hand That Fed You.”

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“Amber is her name given to her by her parents. NOT Mercedes’. We don’t call Meryl Streep by her character names like ‘Miranda’ etc. she is also famous for dreamy girls… should we call her Effie? NO, we don’t and gentlemen say it’s part of Being an Actress. ARE NOT it To be Not.”

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“I completely respect and understand your point of view. However, I also understand that maybe some people only know Mercedes and maybe they don’t want to be looked down upon. ”

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“Sometimes we shouldn’t mix the professional with the personal, yes I believe, but I think you shouldn’t forget that the fame you get as Amber Riley is due to the character Mercedes that has inspired thousands of people. young, to be honest, I’m sad about it…”

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“Hey guys. We don’t even call the actors by their characters’ names when we make the show. It is a sign of respect. Everything you like about Mercedes is put there by Amber. Mercedes may have Amber parts, but Amber is not Mercedes. “

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Amber Riley describe Glee‘S Mercedes Jones from 2009 to 2015. She appeared on ONE Black lady sketch program, The Little Mermaid Live!, and Christmas Deja Vu. She is is expected to have a lead role in Dream, a new NBC series.

Do you agree with Amber? Leave us your comments and let us know!

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