Social media's stellar aptitude for pulling receipts proves Gina Rodriguez has never been able to shut her mouth on issues that don't pertain to her. 

In the video, the Jane the Virgin star is participating in a 2015 roundtable discussion with The Hollywood Reporter discussing the lack of Black female representation in movies.

While most of the actresses at the roundtable were white, Rodriguez was joined by fellow actress Tracee Ellis Ross as the only two women of color. 

The roundtable participants also included Lena Dunham, who’s had her own fair share of controversies, as well as Amy Schumer, Kate McKinnon and Ellie Kemper.

The 35-year-old is shown in the clip jumping to discuss the Latinx community during a question specifically geared toward Black women.

“Chris Rock talked about how you can go to the movies once a week for many months and never really see a Black woman on screen in a substantial way,” the moderator said to the table.

Before she could continue, Rodriguez interrupted, adding, “I think that also goes for Latinos as well.”

Rodriguez has previously wedged her unsolicited views during conversations tailored toward the Black community.

During an interview with actress Yara Shahidi, Rodriguez attempted to correct the moderator's question about "Black women" to "women."

Also, in the midst of Black Panther's success, the Chicago native rallied for Latinx inclusion in the film industry. The Marvel Universe has included prominent Latinx actors Rosario Dawson and Carlos Valdes.

Marvel announces Black Panther. 

Most recently, the Latina actress posted a video of her saying n****s while singing The Fugees' "Ready or Not."

“I can do what you do, easy, believe me. Fronting n****s give me heebie-jeebies,” she recited on her Instagram story, a clip that has since deleted.

In the past, Rodrguez has cried for sympathy coupled with weak apologies.