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Singer Marc Anthony to release it at the President’s Home following his unflattering tweets about the Puerto Rican government.
He posted a series of tweets on the territory of the u.s., when it seemed as if Hurricane Dorian was ready to take the hit for another attack, a storm of destruction.
JLO, MARC ANTHONY IN PUERTO RICO
“We have to keep track of tropical storm Dorian as it is to the head, as is customary, to the united states of america. FEMA and others have done, and are doing a great job, ” Trump wrote on Wednesday. “And if they do, let them know and give them a big Thank you – Not like the last time. That is, from the incompetent Mayor to the San Juan!”
Later on, he went on to say, “Puerto Rico is one of the most corrupt places on the planet. The political system is broken, and their politicians are either Incompetent or Corrupt. The congress approved Billions of Dollars in recent times there have been more than anyplace else, has ever been, and it will be sent to the Crooked Pols. Not good…. And by the way, I’m the best thing that ever happened to them in Puerto Rico!”
Marc Anthony, whose parents are from Puerto Rico, took to Twitter to lambast the president as “insane” and “horrible” for his comments about the island.
JENNIFER LOPEZ AND MARC ANTHONY THROUGH THE YEARS
“Oh my, what the Lord wants you to be. We’ve all read the WELL tweet you about my loved one, in Puerto Rico,” said Anthony, the ex-husband of Jennifer Lopez. “Coming from a terrible individual as well as for YOU, it makes perfect sense. Filled with corruption, and will not be able to manage in a fully staffed HOUSE.”
This is not the first time Anthony has used Twitter to take a shot for you to take it Home over his handling of the united states of america. In the aftermath of Hurricane Maria devastates the country by 2017, the 50-year-old singer requested the president to stop talking about the NFL, and will get to work on solving the remaining problems.
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“Mr President, shut the f— about the NFL. To do something for our people in need in #PuertoRico. We are American Citizens, too,” he tweeted at the time.