AceShowbiz - Jim Carrey has sent tongue wagging, but it is not for his acting skills. Having boldly roasted Donald Trump with a number of political cartoons, the "Dumb and Dumber" star is turning his attention to Mark Zuckerberg. On Wednesday, November 14, he attacked the Facebook co-founder with one satirical tweet.
The particular post features a drawing of the 56-year-old actor looking agitated with eyebrows scrunching down and lips tightly shut. Along with the artwork, he called out the 34-year-old entrepreneur, "Hey #Zuckerborg. We know who you are. And we saw what you did. Here's a little message from me in your native language." He added a string of 0's and 1's which translates to "f**k you."
Hey #Zuckerborg. We know who you are. And we saw what you did: https://t.co/44UvMceSLm— Jim Carrey (@JimCarrey) November 15, 2018
Here’s a little message from me in your native language: 01000110 01110101 01100011 01101011 00100000 01111001 01101111 01110101 00101110 00100000 00001101 00001010 pic.twitter.com/EEc6ocdvBM
Carrey's tweet also included a link to a New York Times piece about how Facebook bosses dealt with scandals. The aforementioned article itself insinuated that Zuckerberg and CEO Sheryl Sandberg "ignored warning signs" that the social media platform "could also be exploited to disrupt elections, broadcast viral propaganda and inspire deadly campaigns of hate around the globe."
This wasn't the first time Carrey has criticized Zuckerberg. In early February, the former husband of Lauren Holly posted a colorful caricature dissing the Facebook owner with a caption that read, "I'm dumping my Facebook stock and deleting my page because Facebook profited from Russian interference in our elections and they're still not doing enough to stop it. I encourage all investors who care about our future to do the same." He added a hashtag of "unfriendfacebook."
Carrey took another jab at Zuckerberg in late March. Offering fans a black and white drawing of the entrepreneur, he questioned, "Who are you sharing your life with?" In the picture, the "I Love You Phillip Morris" star included a thumb down and a quote, "They trust me, dumbf***r!" which Zuckerberg allegedly said to a friend back in 2004 when he launched Facebook.