If liberals know anything, it’s how to shape the political narrative… even if it requires dictating the size of the preferred shape.
John Legend has put out a casting call for older, fat white people to appear in his new music video as Trump supporters, TMZ reported.
More from the celebrity and entertainment news site:
According to a listing on Casting Networks in L.A., the musician’s upcoming music video project needs several actors to play protesters on a set resembling a rally/counterprotest … including 8 white men and women, 30-65 years old, “preferably out of shape” to play Trump supporters.
Sounds like Legend may have a little payback in mind, since his serial Trump-hating wife Chrissy Teigen was blocked on Twitter by President Donald Trump recently for a “mean-girl tweet.”
But then, Teigen has mental problems and she blames it on the president, according to an unhinged Twitter rant where the former swimsuit model said she suffers from “crippling anxiety” because of Trump.
A photo accompanied the casting call, to ensure there’s no misunderstanding about what being “out of shape” looks like:
The casting call also asked for ten young, blond males with “very short hair or short on sides, long on top,” to play the role of protesters — can you say alt-right?
Actors are needed to play Black Lives Matter protesters as well, although no physical preference was listed, according to TMZ.
To boot, Legend also wants kissing lesbians, but not just your run of the mill lesbians.
No, he wants a white lesbian and a Hispanic lesbian because, as the segregating casting call states: “We want to show that there is no segregation in love. But just two human beings of any race or color.”
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