Many Hollywood stars have been vocal about their dislike for President Donald Trump. But a few of them have taken things too far by threatening to harm the president.
Snoop Dogg released a music video in March where the rapper used a toy gun to shoot a clown seems to be President Donald Trump. In the video clip of the rapper’s remix of the song “Lavender” by BADBADNOTGOOD, Snoop Dogg raps about police brutality in a world inhabited by clowns. He raps, “This is the last call” for pointing a toy gun at the clown dressed up as a Trump card that the smoking of a cigarette. Snoop pulls the trigger and a flag that says “bang” shoots out of the toy gun.
The rapper told Billboard magazine, he was not looking for a pick-up of the video. “Every time I drop something, I try to fill a void. I feel like a lot of people making cool records, having fun, partying, but no one is dealing with the real problem with this f–ing clown as President, and the sh-t that we deal with here, so I wanted to take the time to pause press on a party record and make one of these records for the moment.”
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And the President quickly took to Twitter to respond to the video, tweeting, “”Can you imagine what the outcry would be if @SnoopDogg, in the absence of a career and had already aimed and fired the gun at President Obama? The prison!”
When the Women of the march on Washington in January, Madonna made a comment about “blowing up the White House.”
She told the crowd of 500,000 people, “I’m angry. Yes, I am outraged. Yes, I thought so much about the blowing up of the White House. But I know that this will not change. We can’t fall into despair. As the poet W. H. Auden once wrote on the eve of world War II, ‘We must love one another or die.” I choose to love. Are you with me?”
President, Trump responded by calling the superstar “disgusting” and Madonna took to social media to clarify her statement. She wrote, “But I want to clarify a few very important things. I’m not a violent person, I don’t want to incite violence and it is important for people to hear and understand my words as a whole rather than one sentence taken wildly out of context.”
Shortly after Debbie Reynolds and Carrie Fisher’s death, Charlie Sheen took to Twitter and ask God for President Trump next. He tweeted with the emoji middle finger, “Dear God; Trump next, please! Trump next, please! Trump next, please! Trump next, please! Trump next, please! Trump next, please!”
TMZ caught actor Mickey Rourke on a rant about Trump in which he said threatened to beat the former presidential candidate with a baseball bat. He continued to call him “the biggest shit on the planet.”
The actor then called Melania Trump a “gold digger.”
“F–k him, f, k) the horse he rode in on,” he said. “I think his wife is one of the biggest gold diggers around. I know, I used to go out with a gold digger…”
The “Making History” star Adam Pally told TMZ when the gossip site questioned Pally about time travel. Pally was asked who he would not want to spend time with and he decided to answer, that he would “have to kill Trump or Hitler.”