UPDATED 10/04/16: Forgetting (or choosing to ignore) that #OscarsSoWhite (as is Hollywood in general), white people are apparently complaining about Netflix's Luke Cage being racist. Marvel's latest show is also its blackest, from its hero and villains to the supporting characters and soundtrack.

For those of you who didn’t help break Netflix after Luke Cage dropped Friday, the show is set in the New York City’s Harlem, a historically black community. Therefore, having a cast of predominantly black and Latino people for the show isn’t outlandish. But apparently it’s racist, according to some Twitter users. One person actually noted the characters are mostly black and asked the tone-deaf question, “Where is the diversity?”

And this person, who later said the tweet was sarcastic.

To answer that user’s question, actual diversity is still an issue in media. A recent study of the top 100 grossing films of 2015 found that almost 74 percent of characters with speaking roles were white. Out of those 100 films, there were only 14 that had a person of color as a star or co-star.

And because most people know there’s a lack of diversity, Twitter users laid down facts and pulled out receipts for anyone calling Luke Cage racist.

And in case you needed it, here's Luke Cage himself deflecting cries of racism.

Luke Cage
Image via Netflix

Showrunner Cheo Hodari Coker responded to the "racism" claims Tuesday, essentially telling everyone to chill: