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Hollywood celebrities celebrate the death of radio host Rush Limbaugh

Several Hollywood celebrities took to social media to celebrate the death of radio host Rush Limbaugh.

Limbaugh died aged 70 after battling lung cancer. His passing was announced by his wife, Kathryn, at the start of his radio show on Wednesday.

Shortly after the announcement of his death, several Hollywood celebrities celebrated it.

Disney’s Cars 3 and HBO’s His Dark Materials actress Cristela Alonzo wrote on Twitter: “Happy Rush Limbaugh is Dead Day! I didn’t even have the chance to plant my tree!

In a later tweet, she wrote, “I hope the hell he has to listen to every episode of his show.”

Alonzo wasn’t the only one celebrating Limbaugh’s death. Star Trek: Discovery actor Anthony Rapp also chimed in.

Rapp wrote on Twitter: “Rush Limbaugh, a person who has consistently and continuously done tremendous damage to the world, lived twice as long as my friend Jonathan Larson, whose work and legacy has only changed the world. world for the better. It is difficult to reconcile the injustice of this fact.

Paul F. Tompkins, actor of Ducktales and There Will Be Blood, wrote: “If I had to say something positive, I guess I’m happy Rush Limbaugh lived long enough to get cancer and die.

Phineas and Ferb voice actor Vincent Martella wrote, “Guess Rush Limbaugh gave up being alive for Lent.”


Mrs. Doubtfire writer Randi Mayem Singer wrote, “Rush Limbaugh has spewed lies and sown seeds of hate and division for decades, and if you think otherwise, please don’t follow me.”

Janelle James, actress of Central Park and Black Monday, wrote: “Knock, knock, who is there? Not Rush Limbaugh. He is dead. # To kill him.

The screenwriter of The Resident, Amy Holden Jones, wrote: “Ten years ago I was in a small town in North Carolina. I walked into an antique/threat store. A scowling, burly older man sat alone in the corner, yelling Rush Limbaugh spitting hate. The man’s life was a bicycle black hole thanks to Limbaugh. It is his legacy. »

In contrast, Larry the Cable Guy wrote, “It’s bittersweet Rush died on my birthday. I’m sad not to hear it anymore. Say what you want but it was a familiar voice in a chaotic world that if you were a fan, when you heard it it just made you think everything was fine and we’ll get through this. I love you Rush.

President Donald Trump also released a statement.

He said: “The great Rush Limbaugh passed away in a better place, free from physical pain and hostility. His honor, his courage, his strength and his loyalty will never be replaced. Rush was a patriot, a defender of freedom and someone who believed in all the greatness that our country represents.

“Rush was a friend to me and to millions of Americans – a beacon with the ability to see the truth and paint vivid pictures on the airwaves,” he continued.

The President concluded, “Melania and I express our deepest condolences to his wonderful wife, Kathryn, his family and all of his devoted fans. He will be greatly missed.”

What do you think of the comments coming from the Hollywood elite?