Some Euphoria fans want to know where Maddy’s (Alexa Demie) friend Bb (Sophia Rose Wilson) has been since the show’s second season, which was very exciting.
Barbara “bb” Brookes was first seen on TV when she was one of the most popular girls at East Highland High School. Since her first show, B. has become known for often vaping, earning her the nickname “vape girl” on social media. She also got people’s attention with funny one-liners and stirred drama among her friends.
Even though B.B is a supporting character, she had even less screen time in the second season of the HBO show. At the same time, Tiktok found many old tweets where Sophia was said to have made inappropriate comments.
What Did ‘euphoria’ Actress Sophia Rose Wilson (BB) Supposedly Say On Facebook?
People were glad to see Rue (Zendaya), Jules (Hunter Schafer), and Cassie (Sydney Sweeney) return for Season 2 of Euphoria after a three-year break. Fans also missed some side characters, like B.B., during the holiday. But some people on social media pointed out that she wasn’t in many scenes with groups of people and asked that Sophia get more screen time.
Some fans wanted to see B.B. again, while others said Sophia shouldn’t even be on the show. In January 2022, a Tiktok user named @zioraaaa posted what they said were screenshots of two 2016 Facebook posts from the actress’s account. In one status, the N-word is used more than once. In another situation, the 2016 presidential election is mentioned, and Donald Trump has support.
People shared the Facebook posts on Twitter, and more screenshots with mean words were shared. Popcrush says that when the comments first came to light in 2019, when Season 1 was still airing, many Euphoria fans asked her to leave the show. People pay more attention to the posts now that it’s 2022.
y’all be like “omg sophia rose wilson (BB in euphoria) is so slept on she needs more screen time!!!” that bitch needs to be fired pic.twitter.com/P1vQbSpdF3
— lea (@missionarylea) January 18, 2022
The news source says that Barbie Ferreira, who plays Kat, is also said to have made a racist post on an old, unverified Tumblr account, which fans learned about in 2019.
On the other hand, Wilson doesn’t have said anything about the backlash. But some people have used the actress’s Instagram comments to tell their thoughts about the situation.
One user just said, “Want to be black?” along with a clown face emoji as a comment.
Did Sophia Rose Wilson Allegedly Make The Comments That Led To Her Firing From “Euphoria”?
Sophia is still listed as a Euphoria cast member despite the backlash she received on social media. According to her IMDb, the actress portrayed B.B. in four Season 2 episodes: “out of touch,” “you who cannot see, think of those who can,” “the theatre and its double,” and “all my life, my heart has sought something I cannot name.”
However, she missed several significant Maddy moments, including Season 2, Episode 4’s Cassie’s vomiting on Maddy in the jacuzzi.
Since she was involved in the season two finale, Sophia will likely return for season three. This is the native of Columbus, Ohio’s first role and introduction to the acting world. In an interview with Good Day Columbus, she explained that a talent agent discovered her at the mall with her friends.
A month after the agent scouted her, she traveled to Los Angeles to film the show’s pilot episode. Following HBO’s show selection, Sophia started traveling from Ohio to Los Angeles to film the series.
“Dreams do come true,” Sophia stated of her fate. “It’s Absurd. “You Rarely Hear About Something Like This.”
Before the conclusion of its second season, Euphoria was renewed for a third. Fans will have to wait until HBO releases an official release date.
Where To Watch Euphoria Series
Seasons 1 and 2 are currently available to stream on Hulu.
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