Muslim actor Mohamad Adams accused Disney of racism after they did not cast him as “Aladdin” in their upcoming movie. Then people noticed Mohamad’s Twitter page was littered with racist tweets and rape “jokes.”
Aspiring actor Mohamad Adams found that internet fame goes both ways over the weekend when he took to Twitter to claim that Disney would not allow him to play their famous character “Aladdin” because of his Muslim religion.
While he gained support early on from outraged fans, he was quickly exposed for some scary discriminations of his own. Adams gained support and sympathy when he Tweeted out his rendition of the musical’s classic number, “A Whole New World,” with the caption, “Here’s my singing audition for @DisneyStudios Aladdin that was rejected because of my name ‘Mohamad’. Please Disney, tell her to reconsider.”
But reality quickly came back to Adams after another user did some snooping of his own, discovering that Adams held on to the very same form of hate in which he claimed to be a victim.
Mohamad hates “n*ggers,”
He also tweeted about raping an old girlfriend.
It looks like Disney made the right decision.
— dad (@animalfriespls) March 26, 2017
This post originally appeared on The Gateway Pundit