Gina Carano is continuing to retaliate against her haters by donating to another controversial figure

Gina Carano is continuing to retaliate against her haters by donating to another controversial figur ...

Gina Carano has returned to Twitter in a major way after being quiet for a spell that her critics loved, and she is continuing to whine with people.

There has never been a dull moment, whether it be going on an unprompted blocking spree that saw her become an even larger ridicule figure than ever before, fighting back against allegations that her Star Wars dismissal was a career-killer despite evidence indicating that it was nothing less than a minor setback, or finding her latest film describing itself as "too awake" for its intended audience.

Cara Dune, an exiled British rapper, showed support and solidarity with controversial British rapper Zuby, who joined the "woe is me" club after overcoming a few public setbacks of his own.

The musician first gained notoriety in early 2019, when he shared a video on Twitter showing him doing a deadlift that he claimed would "break the British women's deadlift record while identifying as a woman." He has frequently misrepresented trans people on purpose, just to provide an idea of the sort of people Carano is supporting online.

Idealistically, both would keep their opinions to themselves and fade gracefully into the ether of irrelevancy rather than igniting flames of discontent for boneheaded remarks and sentiments, but then they would not get what they wanted, because nobody would care about them at all.