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Mickey Rourke To Give Donald Trump A Left Hook Over Tupac Lawsuit

Mickey Rourke makes his feelings clear about Donald Trump revealing how the now US President launched a lawsuit against him and Tupac Shakur.

In a video posted by TooFab, the actor and boxer threatens to punch the President if they ever crossed paths. He reveals that he’s felt anger towards Trump since he sued both him and Tupac when filming of Bullet. Trump allegedly sued them both for damaging a suite at his Plaza Hotel in New York.

Mickey Rourke To Give Donald Trump A Left Hook Over Tupac Lawsuit

Bullet, released October 1996, saw Tupac and Mickey Rourke star in the grilling crime thriller. The pair got on great off-screen but cast as bitter rivals Bullet and Tank. Since then Mickey Rourke has been a a huge supporter of Tupac, speaking out at anybody who has attacked his character.

In 2017, he spoke with TMZ issuing a warning to Funkmaster Flex after comments he made about Tupac. After some choice words, he added “he was there for me during some very hard times.”

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After previously admitting causing damages amounting to roughly $7K, in the lawsuit Donald Trump sued them both for $28K. Furthermore, Trump wrote a few paragraphs disrespecting them with vile and negative language.

With anger in his voice, Rourke said, “that piece of s*** that’s sitting in the White House, that p*ssy, that lying c**ksucker. That no-good f*cking two-faced f*cking piece of sh*t. He said some really nasty things about the two of us, and you know what? It’s personal. There’s gonna be a day where he ain’t president, and we’re going to bump into each other. And you’re going to feel me.”

When asked by the interviewer if he’s going to give Donald Trump a left hook, Rourke replied, “what do you think? A left hook from hell.”

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