I hadn't seen that kind of reaction to it prior to seeing Shapiro's take on it, which makes me think that it's mostly been manufactured as a talking point for sensationalized podcasts, clickbait articles, etc.
That being said, I'm not always the most in the loop person, so maybe I just missed it.
Either way, it is a movie I'm excited to see and trying to find a way to see it at my favorite theater (having a toddler at home really puts a damper on me getting to see movies ).
Most of the attention has been very positive, with great early reviews and people praising it for having such a diverse cast. Then there's the social media backlash from people who "aren't racist, but don't like that this movie has to be all about black people". Or people saying that representation of people of color in movies doesn't matter.