Here's what Zendaya has to say about those racist 'Spider-Man' comments

For some reason some people just aren't ready.

By Sammy Stewart

When it was revealed Zendaya would be playing Mary-Jane Watson in the upcoming flick Spider-Man: Homecoming, most of us completly freaked out at the fact that our gurl was playing such an iconic character.

However, a bunch of nasty keyboard warriers had an issue with the fact that a black woman had been selected for the roll, and yep, revered their ugliness.

In a recent interview with the Hollywood Reporter, Zendaya revealed how she dealt with the hate, and in true form, she totally killed it with her answers.

"People are going to react over anything. It's like, you guys are just making sh*t up at this point and then reacting to it....But of course there's going to be outrage over that because for some reason some people just aren't ready."

"I'm like, "I don't know what America you live in, but from what I see when I walk outside my streets of New York right now, I see lots of diversity and I see the real world and it's beautiful, and that's what should be reflected and that's what is reflected so you're just going to have to get over it."

In other words, #DEALWITHIT.