“Happy indigenous survivor’s day! F*ck thanksgiving!” the Pest star tweeted.
On Saturday night, Leguizamo vowed to leave Twitter as soon as Trump’s account is unsuspended.
Happy indigenous survivor’s day! F*ck thanksgiving! pic.twitter.com/OFHGcvTnHz— John Leguizamo (@JohnLeguizamo) November 20, 2022
“Soon as trump is reinstated it’s good bye,” he wrote on Saturday night. “ghost — bye bye — adiós!”
Earlier on Saturday, Twitter — now owned and operated by billionaire Elon Musk — brought back Trump’s account following the results of a 24-hour poll the Tesla CEO had posted, asking social media users if the former president’s account should be reinstated.
Soon as trump is reinstated it’s good bye ✌🏽 ghost 👻 bye bye 👋🏽 adiós!— John Leguizamo (@JohnLeguizamo) November 20, 2022
More than 15 million Twitter users voted in the poll, which resulted in a 51.8 percent “Yes” vote and a 48.2 percent “No” vote.
This is not the first time Leguizamo had made a spectacle of himself on social media.
Reinstate former President Trump— Elon Musk (@elonmusk) November 19, 2022
Earlier this month, Leguizamo whined about Hollywood casting non-Latino actors in the roles of Latino characters, such as Al Pacino — of Italian descent — in the title role of a Puerto Rican gangster.
“You had Al Pacino in tan makeup, coked up and wild as a Cuban in Scarface. The studios loved it so much they put him in Carlito’s Way as a Puerto Rican from Spanish Harlem,” he complained.
Leguizamo, however, omitted the fact that he, a Colombian-born actor, has played Italian-American characters in the movies such as Summer of Sam and Super Mario Bros.
This is on my mind! Listen up Hollywood and platforms! https://t.co/yDCipUBwZ5— John Leguizamo (@JohnLeguizamo) November 1, 2022