Simu Liu, the star of the Canadian comedy series Kim’s Convenience, is alluding to some behind-the-scenes drama at the show ahead of the series finale.
It was revealed just one month ago that the show is ending after five seasons on the Canadian network CBC. The show airs in the U.S. on Netflix.
Simu took to Twitter on Monday (April 12) to express how he’s “still pretty f–king angry” over the cancellation and to talk about the “tea and receipts” he might share one day.
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“On the eve of what is now to be the series finale of Kim’s Convenience, I hoped I’d be at a point where I could speak about it with a clear head. But the truth is I’m still pretty f**king angry. Hours of therapy are sure to follow. You all deserved a proper ending,” Simu said in the first tweet.
He added, “I have thoughts about our ‘cancellation’, and they come with tea and receipts. For now, they will remain in my head.”
Simu spoke out last month about anti-Asian racism and violence.
I have thoughts about our ‘cancellation’, and they come with tea and receipts. For now, they will remain in my head.
— Simu Liu (@SimuLiu) April 12, 2021