Comic George Lopez Pretends To Urinate On Trump’s Walk Of Fame Star

Nick Givas | Media And Politics Reporter

Comedian George Lopez used a water bottle to pretend to urinate on President Donald Trump’s Warner Walk of Fame star in a video posted Wednesday.

Lopez was surrounded by a camera man and people taking cellphone videos, as other bystanders looked on and laughed, the TMZ video showed. Lopez is known for headlining his own ABC sitcom from 2002 to 2007 called “George Lopez” and for hosting “Lopez Tonight,” A TBS comedy show that only lasted two seasons. (RELATED: Robert De Niro Deepens Partisan Divide With Hollywood Hypocrisy) 

The video shows Lopez opening up the water bottle on the Walk of Fame and pretending to have a look of relief on his face as the liquid spills onto the ground. TMZ obstructed the view of Lopez’s pants to make it seem as if he was actually exposing himself and urinating in public.

 

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This isn’t the first incident involving the desecration of Trump’s Hollywood star since he decided to run for president.

James Otis was arrested for dressing like a construction worker and taking a pickax to the star rendering it unrecognizable in October 2016, CBS reported. He later pleaded no contest and was given three years probation.

This also is not the first time Lopez has shown a public distaste for the commander-in-chief. Lopez was booed by the crowd in 2017 at a charity event in Denver for telling anti-Trump jokes.

“Listen, it’s about the kids,” Lopez said. “I apologize for bringing politics to an event. This is America — it still is. So I apologize to your white privilege, but yes I’m sorry. If I was a minority in Denver I would be upset too.”

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