‘General Hospital’ Star Tabyana Ali Attacked Online By ‘Racist Trolls’: ‘To Anyone That Hates Me, That’s Absolutely Fine’

by Gee NY

General Hospital responded sternly to recent racist attacks against actress Tabyana Ali on social media. In a statement shared on Instagram, GH affirmed its zero-tolerance policy towards hatred and bigotry.

GH stressed in the statement that racism has no place within the realm of Port Charles.

Ali, known for her role as Trina Robinson since 2022, bravely addressed the disturbing influx of racist comments directed at her online.

In a powerful statement, she expressed a resilient stance:

“To anyone that hates me, that’s absolutely fine. I don’t know you and you don’t me but regardless I’m sending you peace, safety, and prosperity… I also pray you touch some grass, see the sun, eat a delicious meal, and find something to do.”

The situation has prompted ABC to engage with Ali and her team to manage the fallout.

Despite the supportive response from her co-stars and fans, ABC has yet to issue an official statement regarding the matter, even as General Hospital celebrated its recent recognition as Outstanding Daytime Drama at the Daytime Emmys.

Co-stars such as Maura West (Ava Jerome), Lydia Look (Selina Wu), and Nancy Lee Grahn (Alexis Davis) rallied behind Ali, condemning the racist vitriol and expressing solidarity with their colleague.

Michele Van Jean, currently writing for CBS’ new soap ‘The Gates,’ added her voice to the chorus of support, questioning the motives behind the hateful attacks directed at Ali.

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