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STAR Wars' Rey star Daisy Ridley has slammed The Mandalorian fans for 'cancel culture' after brutal Baby Yoda backlash.
The adorable little green creature has been a huge hit with viewers ever since his first appearance in season one of the Disney+ series.
However, the second episode of season two saw some viewers turn against Baby Yoda after he ate some of the unfertilised eggs of Frog Lady as Mando tried to give her safe passage to another planet.
The eggs were the last in its species line, and many viewers were furious the show appeared to be using Baby Yoda eating some of them as a joke.
However Daisy, who played Rey in the latest Star Wars film trilogy, has now defended Baby Yoda and his actions.
She told IGN with a chuckle: "Oh, cancel culture, Look, Mando's gotta eat, Yoda's got to get strong. That's just that.
"No, I'm like, 'Yoda, do your thing.' The creature [Frog Lady] got to be where she needed to be with the eggs. It's all good. It was beautiful."
Indeed, Frog Lady was able to safely reunite with her husband in the third episode and the couple welcomed the first baby from their remaining eggs as Baby Yoda watched on.
While some viewers feared he would try and eat the baby frog, he behaved himself, much to their relief.
"I can’t be the only one with anxiety watching Baby Yoda with that newborn frog, surely?" wrote one Twitter user.
And another said: "Fully thought The Child was going to swallow that baby frog."
Baby Yoda's previous egg eating actions were also defended by Lucasfilm creative art manager Phil Szostak.
He said: "For the record, Chapter 10 of The Mandalorian makes it clear that the Frog Lady's eggs are unfertilized, like the chicken eggs many of us enjoy.
"But obviously, chickens aren't sentient beings and the Child eating the eggs is intentionally disturbing, for comedic effect."
The Mandalorian is available on Disney+ with new episodes dropping every Friday.
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