The lookalike, who identified himself as Howard X, said the police at Changi Airport told him to stay away from the hotel where the Trump-Kim summit will take place.
(AP Photo/Eric Talmadge)
As a comedian, and Kim Jong-Un impersonator claims that he was being held at the Singapore Changi Airport on Friday ahead of the promotional events he has planned for the next few days.
“They asked me what my political opinions were, and if I have been involved in the protests in other countries,” the lookalike, who gave his name only as “Howard X,” told Reuters.
“They said: ‘It is the Trump card-Kim-top, you’ve come at a very sensitive time.'”
Howard X, along with Trump-impersonator Dennis Alan, posing for photos with tourists at Merlion Park next X alleged captivity.
“If there is a price that everyone should get, we need it,” said Trump impersonator Dennis Alan.
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X, which comes from Hong Kong, is in Singapore as part of a promotion for a shopping centre and a seafood restaurant, the Associated Press reported.
He claims that he is the police at Changi Airport and held him for two hours on Friday, for telling him to stay away from the Sentosa Island, where President Trump and the real Kim Jong-Un will be meeting on June 12, and the Shangri-La Hotel, where President Trump will reportedly staying.
Later on Friday, X meeting with Donald Trump impersonator Dennis Alan to pose for photos in Singapore Merlion Park. Alan, who also said that he believes that the real-life encounter between Trump and Kim Jong-Un was directly inspired by his and X February stunt at the olympic Winter games in Pyeongchang, where she managed to sneak into a press area during the opening ceremony before it is removed.
The same two imitation — Howard X, and Dennis Alan — were launched from the opening of the Pyeongchang winter Olympics in February.
“It all started with us. If there is a price that everyone should get, we need it,” said Alan.
X says that he is in the city-state as part of a promotional event for a shopping mall and a seafood restaurant.
(AP Photo/Wong Maye-E)
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Despite strict warnings from the police, X says that he doesn’t think that he has more and more problems during his visit to Singapore.
“I’m here to stay. I do not think that they will try and kick out the president. It wouldn’t be good press for Singapore,” X said.
The Associated Press contributed to this report.