Was just reading through this Twitter thread
ch 627 for context
For those not clicking into that cancer, this is a thread about not liking Sanji and the example is from when Jinbei was giving some of the crew. history of the Sun Pirates and Sanji said that he can never forgive Jinbei. He went on to say that Jinbe should cut himself open and Nami says no because it wasn't Jinbei's intention. She says she was able to meet great friends from it and tho it was hard, it is now part of who she is, so she can't be resentful.
In this thread, they say that Sanji
1. Show respect to Jinbei because Luffy refers to him as nakama
2. Refers to actions like this as a character flaw
3. Says this is simp behavior and if it was Zoro, Luffy or any other dude, Sanji wouldn't react this way. He's only doing this because it's a female
Now I want to clearly say that I disagree with all of these points for this Jinbei example.
1. Jinbei felt responsible because he indirectly caused this by becoming Warlord and letting Arlong be free. He intended to stop Arlong, but Arlong stifled info of his wickedness through funds. It's not only that Jinbei feels responsible, he kind of is responsible. He could've stopped Arlong and Cocoyashi wouldn't had gone through all of that mess. It's a "am I my brother's keeper" kind of situation. Arlong did this, but Sanji isn't wrong for seeing that Jinbei is heavily connected to Nami's suffering.
This is the same Sanji that has almost sacrificed himself for Luffy with Kuma, WCI arc and even in Baratie arc. It would be inconsistent for Sanji to not be this dramatic over a loved one's suffering.
2. Every crew member has their own mind. How is it that because Luffy respects someone, the rest of the crew should disregard any thought or feeling and fall in line? That's what I think when I see "have some respect for your captain's friend". I've seen Luffy say "I want ____ as a nakama" and the crew be against it. How many times have different crew members disagreed with Luffy? Is Sanji supposed to suppress his feelings because Jinbei helped Luffy?
3. I suspect this is the usual Sanji hate train. I'm a Zoro fan and see the Sanji hate all of the time. Sanji can't be vulnerable, make bad choices or have a strong disposition without there being a "this is why I hate Sanji". In this example, Sanji isn't "wrong" for strongly hating Jinbei for Nami's pain. How could he be wrong when even Jinbei strongly felt responsible? Jinbei is honorable.