On the “Put It Down” episode of South Park, creators called out “The President” for inciting violence with North Korea on Twitter. While the show never named “The President,” his likeness and Twitter handle greatly resembled those of Donald Trump.
In an attempt to smooth things over between the nations, a boy named Tweek Tweak sent Kim Jong Un some cupcakes. Apparently the North Korean leader enjoyed the cakes, but unfortunately the kind gesture was ruined by more tweets from the president.
The president tweeted, “I know that kid Tweek. He’s f***ing with you, North Korea. Get a clue. I’ll bet he took a dump in the batter.”
The president’s tweets angered the North Korean government so much, it launched missiles over Tweek’s house. Unfortunately, the president continued to incite anger.
“You really think Tweek is scared? Tweek will single handedly go to North Korea and f*** all you slanty eyed bitches doggy style,” the president tweeted in response.
Fed up with the president’s antics, the kids wrote a song called “Put It Down.” The song asks anyone who is, or may become, president to pledge to put down their phones and stop tweeting.
South Park airs Wednesdays at 10 p.m. on Comedy Central.
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