If you ask Naomie Harris, there have been a lot more important things happening than Johnny Depp and Amber Heard’s engagement.
In a recent interview with The Independent, the “No Time to Die” singer criticized the media for what she called a “upsetting” decision to include a “very confidential matter.”
Harris stated, “It’s difficult not to have followed that case because it was so persistently thrust upon us. It was everywhere—on the news, in online entertainment, everywhere.
I believe there’s something very upsetting about that, really, on the grounds that there are a few serious occasions occurring on the planet that merit a lot more prominent broadcast appointment than they’re having on the grounds that something like this is being circulated.”
Harris highlighted other significant stories that poor people got a similar measure of consideration, regardless of being more significant.
“I don’t see the reason why, with something that ought to have been an extremely confidential case between two individuals, the entire world was permitted admittance to it.
I think that it is truly strange and tricky. We broadcast that however not Ghislaine Maxwell’s preliminary, which is significantly more applicable and significant. That’s what I dislike,” she said.
Harris likewise said something regarding whether the decision in the preliminary, which found Heard had stigmatized Depp in a commentary alluding to homegrown maltreatment, will influence the #MeToo development.
“It’s far more remarkable than one specific case and one individual,” she said. “It has an energy that won’t be wrecked, it’s excessively dug in. It will proceed. Changes because of the MeToo development are set up at this point.”