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Bruce Lee’s daughter has said that she finds Quentin Tarantino’s attitude towards her father exhausting.

“I’m really f– tired of white people in Hollywood trying to tell me who Bruce Lee was,” wrote Shannon Lee in a Hollywood Reporter Guest column reacts to the director’s comments about his father on Joe Rogan’s Spotify podcast.

“Where am I coming from… I can understand that her daughter has a problem with this, it’s her
f – – king father! I got it. But anyone else? Go Suck Ed–K,” the 58-year-old autobiographer told Rogan in response to months of backlash about his controversial portrayal of the late actor in “Once Upon a Time… in Hollywood.”

Shannon Lee has responded to Quentin Tarantino’s comments about her father, Bruce Lee.
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“[While] I am grateful that Mr. Tarantino has acknowledged Joe Rogan so generously that I may have feelings about his portrayal of his own father, I am also grateful for the opportunity to express it,” Lee replied Friday. .

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The writer commented to Joe Rogan in response to months of backlash about his controversial portrayal of the late actor in “Once Upon a Time… in Hollywood”.
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“I’m tired of hearing from white people in Hollywood that he was arrogant and had a hole when they didn’t know and couldn’t figure out how to get work as a Chinese man in Hollywood in the 1960s and ’70s What would have had to be done (God forbid) to attempt to express an accent, or an opinion on a set as a perceived foreigner and person of color. I’m tired of the white people in Hollywood who flaunt their confidence, Passion and skill have forgotten skill and therefore it is necessary to marginalize them and their contributions. I’m tired of white people in Hollywood, it’s so challenging to believe that what Bruce Lee did was really good And probably even knew how to do it better than them.”

And in Tarantino’s case, he wrote, he never even met his father. Nevertheless, the director happily dressed up the bride in a knock-off of Crazy 88 in “my father’s yellow jumpsuit and Kato-style masks and outfits for ‘Kill Bill,’ which many considered Bruce Lee to be a love interest.” seen as letters. But love letters usually address the recipient by name, and from what I could see at the time, Mr. Tarantino, interestingly, avoided saying the name Bruce Lee as much as possible. tried. “

In the end, she tells Tarantino, while “I don’t really care whether you like him or not… And reconsider the impact of your words in a world that needs no more conflict and fewer cultural heroes.”

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Shannon Lee also called out Tarantino in “Kill Bill” for “happily dressing up the bride in a knock-off of my father’s yellow jumpsuit.”
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