Gina Carano has been accused of using Twitter to mock the trans community’s use of pronouns.

The drama began over the weekend when fans noticed that Carano changed her Twitter name to “Gina Carano beep/bop/boop.” Netizens suspected the name change was Carano’s way of poking at those who encouraged her to put pronouns in her bio.

When one fan asked why the “#woke world” was mad at her, Carano explained the controversy.

“They’re mad cuz I won’t put pronouns in my bio to show my support for trans lives. After months of harassing me in every way,” she replied.

“I decided to put 3 VERY controversial words in my bio.. beep/bop/boop I’m not against trans lives at all. They need to find less abusive representation.” 

However, the decision eventually caused Carano’s name to trend on Twitter Sunday. Fans flocked to Twitter to call out the MMA fighter for using her social platform to make fun of trans people.

“So, Gina Carano spoke to Pedro Pascal who explained pronouns and why people have them in their names and Gina decided to mock that. She really is trash,” one person wrote. Pascal is the star of "The Mandalorian," the Star Wars TV show in which Carano plays supporting character Cara Dune.  

Another person added, “Gina Carano liking tweets about clowns trashing people with pronouns in their bio is highly disappointing.”

Meanwhile, one fan suggested Carano should no longer be allowed to appear on the Disney+ show, “The Mandalorian.”

“Gina Carano is out here trashing BLM, telling people not to wear masks, spreading theories that Covid is fake, blocking fans for disagreeing with her, and now publicly liking tweets that make fun of people for putting pronouns in their bio? Disney, she IS NOT IT,” the individual tweeted

Carano went on to suggest that trans people wouldn’t approve of the way she is being treated over her refusal to add pronouns to her Twitter bio.

“I know trans people wouldn’t condone this harrassment when they hear about the CHiLDREN, women & men who have contacted me, thanking me for taking a stand against these bullies because it affected their mental health to the point of near suicide at times. Ya. That’s happening,” she wrote.

Gina Carano "Fast & Furious 6" actress Gina Carano has been cast along with T.J. Miller in Fox's planned "Deadpool" film. Photo: Reuters