You Probably Didn’t Expect This Guy To Be The Subject Of Jim Carrey’s Latest Painting

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Jena Greene Reporter
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The past several months has been a bit of a whirlwind for Jim Carrey. His former girlfriend’s sued him this summer, claiming he allegedly introduced her to cocaine and a variety of other vices. He made a bizarre appearance at a New York Fashion Week red carpet event in September where he told a reporter that “there’s no meaning to any of this.” And more recently, the “Dumb And Dumber” actor revealed he’s struggling with depression.

So while it shouldn’t come as much of a surprise that Carrey has embarked on a new path to find meaning by way of politics, it’s still pretty rattling.

In recent weeks, Carrey has released a variety of paintings depicting famous people.

Some paintings provide commentary on politics and high profile Republicans.

But Carrey has also been critical of Facebook. Last month, he told his followers he was “dumping” his stock in the company because he believed it “profited from Russian interference in our elections and they’re still not doing enough to stop it.” He urged his followers to consider a boycott too.

And today, he followed up his skepticism of the tech giant with yet another painting of Mark Zuckerberg.

“Who are you sharing your life with?” he tweeted.

Facebook received heavy public skepticism this week after it was reported that the company partnered with UK-based tech firm Cambridge Analytica to work with the Trump campaign and gather data from private citizens prior to the election. Facebook lost $64 billion in market value after initial reports of the partnership surfaced.

And while these revelations have caused a degree of public concern, it’s no secret that Jim Carrey is having something of a psychotic meltdown. The man simply is not well.

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