Turns out she isn't a fan of black writers and critics telling her the truth and promptly blocked notable Twitter users after they spoke out.
Here are several of the many people she blocked:
Writer Clarkisha Kent:
Welp. Don’t ever say I don’t try, because I definitely could have been meaner than I was. Me from even a year ago would have lit that ass up. pic.twitter.com/nfs4JeeBIe— Clarkisha “Technically Plus-Sized” Kent (@IWriteAllDay_) November 3, 2018
I shared my honest & respectful thoughts on Rebel Wilson’s erasure of iconic plus sized women before her.— Nabela (@Nabela) November 3, 2018
Her blocking a fellow plus woman in this industry is a reminder that she doesn’t want to acknowledge her plus peers but rather ignore them entirely. pic.twitter.com/icUvY9QrCR
Director Matthew Cherry:
Writer and filmmaker Kelle Terrell:
Author Michael Arceneaux:
I saw y’all tweeting about it so I got curious. I see Rebel Wilson takes criticism very well. Her kind is so typical. pic.twitter.com/w1dh4AlguV— Michael Arceneaux (@youngsinick) November 4, 2018
Political commentator/writer Preston Mitchum:
Clarkisha Kent has kept a running thread on her initial tweets of everyone blocked by Rebel. So check out her tweets for more.