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Sean Penn Wants to Boycott the Oscars If President Zelensky Isn’t Allowed to Speak; Threatens to “Smelt” His Academy Awards in Public (WATCH)


As WeLoveTrump previously noted, actor Sean Penn rushed to Ukraine to film a documentary about the Russian invasion.

Penn found time to conduct an interview with Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky while Russia conducted attacks.

Ukraine President Volodymyr Zelensky Meets with Sean Penn About Documentary While Russia Conducts Attacks

Penn first arrived in Ukraine back in November to prepare for his documentary, according to TMZ.

Nothing suspicious about that, right?

Penn was apparently inspired by Zelensky to demand the president speak at the Oscars.

In fact, the actor vowed to destroy his Academy Awards if Zelensky isn’t invited to speak at Hollywood’s big night.

“The most obscene moment in all of Hollywood history,” Penn exclaimed.

“When I return, I will smelt mine in public,” he added in reference of what he’d do to his Academy Award.

In other words, if Hollywood doesn’t comply with the globalist, warmongering agenda, Penn will destroy his Academy Award.

While I’d love to see the egomaniac trash his precious trophy, I think Hollywood will comply to the beating war drums.

Western-puppet Zelensky will likely get his shining moment at the Academy Awards if he wants.

The New York Post reported:

Sean Penn is calling on Hollywood to boycott the Academy Awards if Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky is denied a chance to speak at the red-carpet event.

“I would encourage everyone involved to know, though it may be their moment, and I understand that, to celebrate their films, it is so much more their moment to shine and to protest and to boycott that Academy Awards,” the controversial actor said in an appearance on CNN Saturday afternoon.

Penn, 61, has won two Oscars and vowed to “smelt mine in public” if Zelensky is snubbed by the Academy.

The Ukrainian leader has been in talks with the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences to make a video appearance during Sunday’s broadcast of the Oscars ceremony. Penn met with Zelensky while in Ukraine in February, when he was filming a documentary about the nation’s tensions and now war with Russia.

Oscars ceremony co-host Amy Schumer floated the idea of having Zelensky speak at the event last week, People reported.

As The Gateway Pundit noted, the debate to let Zelensky speak centers around the Oscars remaining apolitical or not.

The Oscars have been in a ratings free fall since the shows became massively political during the Trump administration.

“ABC, which is broadcasting the show, is said to be in favor of Zelenskyy, a former actor, making a statement. ABC did not return requests for comment,” the Post report continued.

Actress Mila Kunis, who was born in Ukraine, and her husband Ashton Kutcher, are expected to make a statement during the show. They have raised $35 million for Ukrainian refugees.

They have been thanked for their efforts by Zelenskyy himself.

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