Following his remarks, in a guest column for The Hollywood Reporter, Shannon Lee urged Tarantino to ''take a pass on commenting further'' about her father and expressed frustration with ''white men in Hollywood trying to tell me who Bruce Lee was.'' ''I'm tired of hearing from white men in Hollywood that he was arrogant and an a*****. When they have no idea and cannot fathom what it might have taken to get work in 1960s and '70s Hollywood as a Chinese man with (God forbid) an accent, or to try to express an opinion on a set as a perceived foreigner and person of color. ''I'm tired of white men in Hollywood mistaking his confidence, passion, and skill for hubris and therefore finding it necessary to marginalize him and his contributions. I'm tired of white men in Hollywood finding it too challenging to believe that Bruce Lee might have really been good at what he did and maybe even knew how to do it better than them,'' she wrote. In his interview with Rogan, Tarantino also claimed that Bruce Lee had "nothing but disrespect for stuntmen".