George Lopez proves the adage that money does not buy you class.
The failed comedian made a vulgar taunt when asked if he’d give President-elect Donald Trump a chance after other comedians, like Dave Chappelle, said they would.
“I’ll give him a chance to suck my *ss,” Lopez told TMZ.
Lopez added that he’s moving out of the United States now that Trump has been elected president (buh-bye).
“Listen man, I’m in escrow so don’t worry about my residential status,” Lopez said. “I’m already in escrow, motherf*cker. And I’m not going to tell you where I’m going to go because it will drive up real estate prices ’cause by the end of the year no one’s gonna wanna be here.”
Lopez also said that because of Trump, he has given up Cheetos. “Anything orange I don’t want,” he said.
Hopefully, Lopez will make good on his promise to leave the country because dozens of other Hollywood celebrities promised to move to Canada, but so far, no one’s budging.
Conservative Los Angeles street artist Sabo mocked liberal Hollywood actors who promised to leave the country once Trump is president, and reminded them it’s time to pack up.
“Moving to Jupiter election day sale: For sales information contact Sotheby’s agent Donald Trump,” read the text on one bench that featured a photo of Cher.
Sabo said he launched the art campaign to spotlight Hollywood hypocrisy.
“Half of Hollywood is moving to Canada if Trump is elected,” Sabo said before the election. “Not much of a threat when you consider so much of the movie industry has already made their exodus in that direction due to the socialistic mess they’ve made of California.”
Sabo also wondered why the hordes of liberal stars prefer Canada over nearby Mexico.
“By the way, why the hell aren’t these people moving to Mexico?” he asked. “Too many short, brown people for their liking down there? Not white enough?”
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