Ezra Miller Makes Shocking Death Threat To KKK Members In Unexpected Video

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Ezra Miller Makes Shocking Death Threat To KKK Members In Unexpected Video

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The Flash star Ezra Miller made clear their thoughts on the Ku Klux Klan as they took to social media to share an apparent death threat.

Miller, who uses they/them pronouns and also stars in The Perks of Being A Wallflower, introduced themselves to viewers in a video posted to Instagram this week in which they described themselves as 'Ezra Miller – AKA the Bengal Ghouls, the Mad Goose Wizard'.

Seemingly filmed in a car, Miller could be seen wearing a ring with the Flash logo as they announced that the video was directed at an alleged chapter of the white supremacist hate group, 'the Beulaville chapter of the North Carolina Ku Klux Klan'.

Hear their message for the chapter below. Warning: Contains language some may find upsetting:

The actor wasted little time in launching into their direct message as they said, 'First of all, how are you all doing? Um, it’s me... Look, if y’all want to die, I suggest just killing yourselves with your own guns, okay?'

They continued, 'Otherwise, keep doing exactly what you’re doing right now – and you know what I am talking about – and then, you know, we’ll do it for you if that’s what you want.'

With little explanation as to what prompted them to share the video, Miller then signed off even faster than they began as they said, 'Okay, talk to you soon, okay? Bye.'

Ezra Miller (Alamy)
Ezra Miller (Alamy)

Alongside the video, Miller, who has 44,000 followers on Instagram, encouraged viewers to 'disseminate' their message to 'all those whom it may concern'.

They stressed that the post was 'not a joke', adding that even though they '[recognise themselves] to be a clown please trust [them] and take this seriously'.

'Let’s save some live [sic] now ok babies?', they added, concluding, 'Love you like woah.'

It's unclear why Miller honed in on Beulaville as the target for their threat, as Newsweek notes that the town has a population of just 1,199 and that any potential KKK groups in the area do not have an online presence. The KKK is the oldest and most infamous of American hate groups, with a long history of violence.


The message left many social media users baffled, with one questioning whether the actor was 'alright', while another told them to 'be safe'.

As Miller’s name began trending on social media, one Twitter user wrote, 'Ezra Miller vs. The KKK wasn't on my 2022 bingo card, but I'll take it.'

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Topics: Celebrity, Instagram, Racism, Viral

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