The actor played the fan-favorite character Mr. Nancy.
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Orlando Jones revealed the news in a lengthy and NSFW Twitter video.
Jones took to social media to explain that the current showrunner believes the "angry" character might be sending the "wrong message for black America" in the current political environment.
This is insane since Mr. Nancy was so popular in the Neil Gaiman books that influenced the Starz television show that Gaiman wrote a spin-off novel called Anansi Boys, which followed the character's two sons after his death. Don't let these motherf***ers tell you they love Mr. Nancy. They don't. I'm not going to name names but the new Season 3 showrunner [Charles "Chic" Eglee] is CT born and Yale-educated, so he's very smart and he thinks that Mr. Nancy's angry, get sh*t done [attitude] is the wrong message for black America.
"This white man sits in that decision-making chair and I'm certain he has many black bffs who're his advisors and made it clear to him that if he didn't eliminate that indignant god Mr. Nancy he'd begin a Denmark Vesey rebellion on this nation. I mean, what else could it be?"
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Jones also had a heartfelt message for to the show's creators.
Entertainment Weekly reached out to representatives for Starz, Fremantle, who produces American Gods, and Eglee, and according to the outlet, they have not received a comment. And although season 2 was not as impressive as the first, it still gave us a very convincing television. However, Jones will not be there.
Jones captioned the video with a promise to always tell fans the truth, writing, "Thank you #AmericanGods fans. I hope the fans enjoyed it because really this is about you and I hope you loved it as much as I loved doing it".
Jones followed the video with subsequent tweets, saying that the Freemantle production house "treated you like a second-class citizen because you did your job (too) well" and that they were "extraordinarily evil and evil as they did ". Stay informed.Come even more.
@R2D2InAHipScarf chimed in with, "Your performance left me uncomfortable, self-reflective, and angry, but in the best of ways".