The founding member and co-lead vocalist of Crosby, Stills & Nash, and Byrds, David Crosby, recently posted a video about the popular series The Queen’s Gambit’s protagonist Anya Taylor-Joy who won a Golden Globe and shared his views about her acting.

There is no doubt that David Crosby is one of the most well-known rockstars of the ’60s and ’70s and now he has made a name for himself as a social media figure. He often enjoys using his Twitter account to share his views on social and political matters, talk about music and popular culture, tell interesting stories from years ago, and interact with his fans.

In his recent tweet, he shared his views on one of the most popular series of 2020, The Queens Gambit, and talked about Anya Taylor-Joy who played the leading role in the series. In the video that he posted, the successful actress and her co-star Thomas Brodie-Sangster talk about the story of the chess prodigy Beth Harmon who’s also struggling with addiction to sedatives.

As you may have heard, Anya Taylor-Joy recently won a Golden Globe for her astonishing performance in the aforementioned series, and her success was celebrated by millions. One of the people who congratulated the talented actress was David Crosby who posted the video in which she describes her role and said that ‘she deserves it’ while talking about the award that she received.

This is what David Crosby said in his tweet about Anya Taylor-Joy winning a Golden Globe:

She deserves it.’

Here’s what was said in the video:

“Anya Taylor-Joy: The Queen’s Gambit follows Beth Harmon, who is a chess prodigy, who unfortunately is introduced to chess at the same time that she is introduced to sedatives, which causes a certain range of problems.

Thomas Brodie-Sangster: And then it just follows the whole story of pushing that as far as it goes and meeting people and, and learning and developing as an adult, as a woman as a chess player, but all the time, shes struggling with addiction, and struggling with I think, kind of a sense of belonging, and a sense of being able to be open enough to be loved.

Quote from the series: Men are gonna come along and teach you things. Doesn’t make them any smarter. You just let them blow by, you go on ahead and do just what you feel like.

Anya Taylor-Joy: One of the things that attracted me the most to Beth was the fact that because she sort of exists outside of society, especially the society at the time, she’s genuinely baffled that people bring her gender into any conversation, like she genuinely does not understand why they’re more interested in her being female, rather than like, the thrashing that she just gave her competitor. And I think, her lack of willingness to play into that stereotype of like, I’m not going to let you make choices for me, I’m going to make my own choices. I found that incredibly empowering, and very liberating to play.”

You can check out David Crosby’s tweet below.