The Fresh Off the Boat star was wrong with her "F*cking hell" Twitter reaction to ABC's Season 6 renewal and her follow-up statement that was pitch-perfect until the last sentence when she co-opted the #MeToo rallying cry of "believe women," says Inkoo Kang. "From a PR standpoint, Wu definitely screwed up," says Kang. "But as someone who doesn’t just want to see laudable or relatable representations of Asian America, but the full, messy diversity of humanity within it, I can’t help appreciating Wu’s accidental self-exposure, as well as her subsequent reframing, as part of that larger goal. With her tweets, Wu reminded us that an Asian-American actress has actually gathered enough clout for people to pay attention when she conveys discontent about the show she’s helped make a hit. But most notably, Wu was able to cast herself as a kind of figure Hollywood still has trouble seeing Asian-Americans as: an artist whose desire for creative expression and relentless innovation can lead them to great heights … and sometimes self-sabotage."