George Lopez took his ongoing attacks against President Donald Trump to a whole new level as he pretended to pee on his Hollywood Walk of Fame star.
The 57-year-old comedian was out with pals Tuesday night when he walked right up to Trump’s star, spread his legs and got out a water bottle, in video posted Wednesday by TMZ.
He held it at his waist and pretended to make it look as though he was peeing on the star, complete with facial expressions.
It was only the latest slam the ABC sitcom “George Lopez” star has made against the president over the last year and a half.
Last year, he used his appearance at a charity event in Denver to attack the president. However, the audience made it clear they weren’t interested and the comedian was booed.
According to a person at the event, the CEO of Liberty Media, Greg Maffei, asked Lopez “nicely to stop making Trump jokes … George doesn’t, continues, gets booed.”
“Thank you for changing my opinion on old white men, but that doesn’t change the way I feel about orange men,” the actor responded to the request.
A video posted on YouTube shows the comedian apologizing for “bringing politics to an event.” But then he slams the audience for their “white privilege.”
“Listen, it’s about the kids,” he shared. “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.”
Lopez then fumbles around on stage to figure out what comes up next, before talking about a video about childhood diabetes. After introducing the video segment, the comedian reportedly didn’t return to the stage.