Barbie Ferreira Addresses Rumors of BTS Drama


| LAST UPDATE 03/11/2022

By Alyssa Williams
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Those who've been keeping up with their favorite actors from HBO's drama series Euphoria have probably been hearing about quite a lot of rumors surrounding the show. Lately, Barbie Ferreira has addressed one story in particular that she claims has taken on a life of its own.

The 25-year-old actress, who plays Kat Hernandez in the popular series, has been the subject of several rumors saying she clashed with the show's creator, Sam Levinson. According to the rumors, the decreased amount of screen time Ferreira had in the latest season was a result of on-set tension between her and Levinson. It was also alleged that her falling out with the showrunner led to her storming off set at one point. The claims circled the internet unconfirmed for a while - until recently, when Ferreira decided to put an end to all the madness.

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"I've seen so many different things, and a lot of it is untrue, and some of its kind of like mundane little things," the Euphoria star said of the rumors making headlines. "But I really think that the fans are really passionate, and I do appreciate that because Euphoria has really impacted so many people." The show's second season, which delves deep into the individual qualities and struggles of each character, has allowed fans to relate even more to their favorite figures. And apparently, Ferreira believes it's all a part of the drama that's taken place. "Sometimes, things take on a life of their own, and they're not rooted in the truth, but it's OK because I know it's just out of passion and out of curiosity and all that good stuff. And I signed up for it. So, I'll take it. I'll take the good and the bad," she shared.

Among Ferreira's story are other rumors surrounding the cast's experience on set, a few of which have been reported by the show's own actors. However, HBO denied such rumors, saying that the "well-being of cast and crew on [its] productions is always a top priority." And it looks like Ferreira couldn't agree more, since she's shared that the show looks after the cast members. "That's my family," she assured. Ferreira's claims certainly come as a relief to many fans who have been concerned about the drama. And now they can get back to worrying about having to wait for more than a year to be reunited with their favorite characters. Until then, stay tuned.

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