Watch Snoop Dogg As He Hilariously Despairs Through Kanye’s Latest Concert Rant

You may have seen that Kanye West caused even more controversy over the weekend by ranting about Beyoncé, Jay Z, and the election result at a concert, before abruptly storming offstage.

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It happened during a concert in Sacramento on Saturday night.

So Snoop Dogg decided to watch the whole thing through. And he had pretty hilarious reactions as the rant unfolded/continued/went on forever.

Cue some classic facial reactions.

Some despair.

And his own mini rant about Kanye.

Snoop uploaded three videos to his Instagram account during Kanye’s rant. Here’s what he said during them in full.

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And here are his full videos. Warning: They go on a loooong time.

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Single People Re-Created Those Awkward-Ass Wedding Photos You Always See

Have you seen those incredibly awkward wedding photos? You know the ones I’m talking about…where two people are holding hands with a tree inexplicably between them? Or straddling each other in a random field? Things get pretty weird. So, we got some single AF people to join the fun and make their own photos:

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…and luckily, things didn’t get THIS weird:

...and luckily, things didn't get THIS weird:

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Helping our single people out was professional wedding photographer Courtney Lindberg.

Helping our single people out was professional wedding photographer Courtney Lindberg.

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Zach chose to re-create the “let’s feed each other cake and then smush it in each other’s face” picture…with just him and the cake.

Zach chose to re-create the "let's feed each other cake and then smush it in each other's face" picture...with just him and the cake.

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And you could really FEEL the passion between him and that frosting:

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Courteney chose to re-create the “effortlessly holding your partner while you stare into each other’s eyes” picture…with a dog, of course.

Courteney chose to re-create the "effortlessly holding your partner while you stare into each other's eyes" picture...with a dog, of course.

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And goddamn the results were cute AF:

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Kelsey chose to re-create the “dip me so close to the ground that it’s borderline dangerous” photo…with her cell phone.

Kelsey chose to re-create the "dip me so close to the ground that it's borderline dangerous" photo...with her cell phone.

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And damn did she find love in a hopeless place:

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Selorm chose to re-create the “bride lying in the grass in a white dress because that makes sense” photo…with a bottle of wine.

Selorm chose to re-create the "bride lying in the grass in a white dress because that makes sense" photo...with a bottle of wine.

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And she and that wine bottle slayed for days:

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Ian chose to re-create the “bride holding her bouquet and smelling the flowers” picture…with some finger-licking fried chicken.

Ian chose to re-create the "bride holding her bouquet and smelling the flowers" picture...with some finger-licking fried chicken.

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And tbh, the results were still pretty romantic:

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So there ya have it, folks. You don’t need anyone else to stand in a damn field and take some cute pics!

So there ya have it, folks. You don't need anyone else to stand in a damn field and take some cute pics!
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Dont miss checking this interesting article :  50 Wedding Photos That’ll Make You Laugh

17 Harry Potter Memes That Are So Dumb They’re Great

1. This crossover:

This crossover:

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2. This promise:

This promise:

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3. This bulk mail:

This bulk mail:

4. This magical substance:

This magical substance:

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5. This development:

This development:

6. And this brief synopsis:

And this brief synopsis:

7. This comparison:

This comparison:

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8. This classic hit from a few years back:

This classic hit from a few years back:

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9. And who could forget this one?

And who could forget this one?

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10. This clapback:

This clapback:

11. This existential crisis:

This existential crisis:

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12. This open and accepting attitude:

This open and accepting attitude:

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13. This spinoff:

This spinoff:

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14. This sense of justice:

This sense of justice:

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15. This compelling fan theory:

This compelling fan theory:

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16. This strange coincidence:

This strange coincidence:

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17. And these other possibilities:

And these other possibilities:
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17 Text Pranks That Are Way Funnier Than They Should Be

1. The invention of “………..slime man”

The invention of "...........slime man"

3. The good ol’ Joe Biden:

The good ol' Joe Biden:

4. The mom who all of a sudden became a stan:

The mom who all of a sudden became a stan:

5. The Twinkie:

The Twinkie:

6. The pecan pie:

The pecan pie:

7. The Gettysburg Address:

The Gettysburg Address:

8. The puppies:

The puppies:

9. The Pawn Stars monologue:

The Pawn Stars monologue:

10. The potpourri of shortcuts:

The potpourri of shortcuts:

11. The preamble:

The preamble:

12. The bossassbitch:

The bossassbitch:

13. The farts. All the farts.

The farts. All the farts.

14. The HELL FUCKING YES:

The HELL FUCKING YES:

15. The humps, the lovely little lumps:

The humps, the lovely little lumps:

16. The LordFarquaad420:

The LordFarquaad420:

24 Times Scottish Twitter Made You Shit Yourself Laughing In 2016

1. On life goals:

On life goals:

2. On music:

On music:

3. On getting wasted:

On getting wasted:

4. On clothing:

On clothing:

5. On babies:

On babies:

6. On kids:

On kids:

7. On teenage boasts:

On teenage boasts:

8. On haircuts:

On haircuts:

9. On phones:

On phones:

10. On group chats:

On group chats:

11. On brothers:

On brothers:

12. On identity crises:

On identity crises:

13. On Snapchat:

On Snapchat:

14. On Facebook:

On Facebook:

15. On summer:

On summer:

16. On exam results:

On exam results:

17. On picky eaters:

On picky eaters:

18. On celebrities:

On celebrities:

19. On consumerism:

On consumerism:

20. On interior design:

On interior design:

21. On friendship:

On friendship:

22. On holding a grudge:

On holding a grudge:

23. On killer clowns:

On killer clowns:

24. And on 2016 as a whole:

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19 Things You’ll Just Get If You’re A Girl Who Loves To Poo

1. People who joke that girls don’t poo wind you up.

People who joke that girls don't poo wind you up.

We’re proud of our superior stench, Spike.

2. Because you’re not afraid to talk about what’s important to you.

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3. In fact, you talk about it in explicit detail.

In fact, you talk about it in explicit detail.

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4. Because you’re such a confident pooer, you never worry about people knowing that you’re doing one.

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5. In fact, you usually announce when you’re about to go.

In fact, you usually announce when you're about to go.

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6. Because your pooing skills have always been a great source of pride.

Because your pooing skills have always been a great source of pride.

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7. Keeping track of how often you go gives you great satisfaction.

Keeping track of how often you go gives you great satisfaction.

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8. And if you don’t go for ages, you feel like a completely different person.

And if you don't go for ages, you feel like a completely different person.

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You don’t feel like you if you don’t poo.

9. Because you just get such a buzz when you do a nice, solid turd.

Because you just get such a buzz when you do a nice, solid turd.

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10. You’re always giving your friends fun facts about your favourite pastime.

11. And there’s nothing you relish more than having a juicy convo about doo-doo with a fellow poop lover.

And there's nothing you relish more than having a juicy convo about doo-doo with a fellow poop lover.

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12. The poop emoji is your favourite.

It’s even better when given a glam makeover.

13. And you love a good poop accessory.

And you love a good poop accessory.

14. Not to mention fancy “toiletries”.

15. Sometimes, taking a shit literally makes you a better person.

Sometimes, taking a shit literally makes you a better person.

16. Other times, not so much.

19 Things You'll Just Get If You're A Girl Who Loves To Poo

17. You haven’t got time for people’s sexist opinions on your favourite subject.

18. Because there ain’t no shame in a dame who loves a dump.

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I have a beautiful way with words, I know.

19. SO POO ON, MY PRETTIES!

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Loving your poo is loving you.

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23 Heartbreaking Doodles That’ll Make You Laugh, Cry, Or Probably Both

In his new book, Tragidoodles, illustrator Ben Cameron claims to have created “101 drawings that will break your heart”. Looking at the preview below, it’s safe to say he has achieved his goal. And then some! Good luck…

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“I used to doodle on scraps of paper to make myself and colleagues at work smile and laugh,” Cameron told BuzzFeed. “I found the sadder ones got the better reaction.”

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When asked why he thinks people respond so strongly to his drawings, the Rochester-based illustrator has a couple of theories: “I think perhaps there’s a devilish guilt in enjoying these, or maybe it’s the underlying love in the doodles that people are picking up on.”

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With 2016 being so bleak already, does Ben have plans for some more cheerful drawings? “I do a lot of sweet and uplifting doodles. I think what I’ll be working on next and throughout next year will be more of that. Kind, funny, and silly stuff. Unless there’s demand for Tragidoodles 2, that is…”

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Taken from the book Tragidoodles by Ben Cameron (Unbound, £9.99). You can see more of Ben’s work on his website, doodlesbyben.com.

17 Thanksgiving Turkey Mistakes Everyone Makes

1. You wait too long to buy a turkey.

You wait too long to buy a turkey.

If you’re buying a frozen, conventional turkey (like Butterball) from the supermarket, buy it 1-2 weeks in advance and store it in your freezer.

If you’re buying a fresh turkey (conventional OR free-range organic) from the supermarket, you can’t pick it up too far ahead of time, because it’ll go bad. But you can and should call the supermarket to reserve your fresh turkey at least two weeks in advance.

If you’re ordering a super fancy turkey, such as a Heritage turkey, order online at least a month in advance. The turkey will be delivered to you the Tuesday before Thanksgiving.

2. You forget that a frozen turkey takes FOUR DAYS to thaw.

You forget that a frozen turkey takes FOUR DAYS to thaw.

The best way to thaw your turkey is in the refrigerator, where a turkey thaws at a rate of 4 pounds per day. So a 16-pound turkey will take four days to thaw.

If it’s already too late and you need to thaw your turkey ASAP, here’s how.

3. You don’t realize that many turkeys are pre-brined.

You don't realize that many turkeys are pre-brined.

That frozen Butterball “Contains up to 8% of a solution of Water, Salt, Spices, and Natural Flavor.” That means Butterball did the brining already in order to extend the shelf life of the turkey. The same is true for kosher turkeys, so always check the ingredient list, and if there’s already salt injected into your turkey, don’t brine it.

4. You don’t let your turkey come to room temperature before roasting it.

You don't let your turkey come to room temperature before roasting it.

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Don’t roast a cold turkey. Take your bird out of the refrigerator (and out of the brine, if you’re brining) an hour before you put it in the oven to ensure even cooking and a moist bird.

5. You don’t dry the turkey really well inside the cavity and on the outside.

You don't dry the turkey really well inside the cavity and on the outside.

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Drying your turkey thoroughly with paper towels helps crisp the skin.

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Drying inside the cavity is important too, and most people forget about it.

6. You don’t salt inside the cavity.

You don't salt inside the cavity.

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If you don’t brine your turkey, you need to season it thoroughly. It’s easy to forget about the inside of the turkey, but sprinkling salt in the cavity seasons the meat from the inside.

7. You don’t use a roasting rack inside your roasting pan.

You don't use a roasting rack inside your roasting pan.

Without a rack, the meat on the bottom of your bird will end up overcooked and dry, the skin will burn, and your kitchen will fill with smoke. Invest in a roasting pan with a rack. It’s not like you’ll only use it on Thanksgiving; the best roast chickens are cooked on a rack, too.

You can get a good, cheap roasting rack here ($24). Or if you want something higher quality, this All-Clad roasting pan ($100) is great.

8. You cook stuffing inside the bird.

You cook stuffing inside the bird.

It means you have to cook the turkey longer to get the stuffing cooked through — otherwise, it’s basically salmonella bread pudding — which means the turkey’s meat will be dry and less tasty.

9. You roast the turkey at one temperature, instead of starting it in a really hot oven and then lowering the heat.

You roast the turkey at one temperature, instead of starting it in a really hot oven and then lowering the heat.

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Roast your turkey at 475°F for the first 30 minutes, and you’ll crisp the skin by rendering the fat out quickly. After 30 minutes, turn down your oven temperature to 350°F for the remainder of the cooking time.

10. You freak out about the skin browning too quickly and turn down the oven temperature.

You freak out about the skin browning too quickly and turn down the oven temperature.

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If you notice that the skin of your turkey is getting too dark, just take it out of the oven and lay a piece of aluminum foil over the areas that are about to burn. Don’t change the oven temperature.

11. You baste.

You baste.

STOP IT. Reasons:

1. Every time you open the oven door, your oven loses heat, and your turkey takes longer to cook, and it dries out.

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The pan drippings that you baste with aren’t 100% fat; they are a mixture of fat and liquid, and that liquid will actually make your turkey skin soggy and dry your meat out.

3. It’s a pain and takes up valuable time that you could spend mashing potatoes or watching football.

12. You don’t use a real thermometer:

WRONG:

Often, your turkey will come with a pop-up thermometer already inserted into its breast meat. Take it out and throw it away. Pop-up thermometers are inaccurate, and many of them are set to “pop up” at 180 degrees, at which point your turkey will be overcooked.

RIGHT:

A real meat thermometer is essential, because it tells you the exact internal temperature of your bird. So, if you take its temperature and your thermometer reads 155, you know it’s almost done.

If you want a digital thermometer, this one is great and only costs $15. If you’re comfortable with an analog thermometer (really they’re just as easy to use), try this one, $12.

13. You check the temperature at the wrong time, in the wrong place.

You check the temperature at the wrong time, in the wrong place.

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WHEN SHOULD YOU START CHECKING THE TEMPERATURE?
For a 14- to 16-pound turkey, check the temperature after 2.5 hours. For an 18- to 20-pound turkey, check the temperature after 3 hours. If it isn’t done, check again every 15 minutes.

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WHERE SHOULD YOU CHECK THE TEMPERATURE?
Your thermometer needs to be in the thickest part of the thigh. Insert the thermometer right where the thigh meets the breast, and push it in until you feel it slide into the thigh meat.

14. You cook the turkey past 165°F.

You cook the turkey past 165°F.

Stop doing that. Don’t cook your turkey to 180°F; it’ll be dry. A turkey is safe to eat when cooked to 165°F. Some chefs recommend only cooking poultry to 160°F, since meat will continue to cook after you take it out of the oven.

15. You don’t let your turkey rest for at least 15 minutes before carving.

You don't let your turkey rest for at least 15 minutes before carving.

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You need to wait at least 15 minutes after taking the bird out of the oven before you cut into it, so that the juices inside the turkey have time to settle into the meat instead of pouring out onto your cutting board and leaving you with a dry bird (and a mess).

16. You destroy the turkey when it comes time to carve it.

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This video offers a pretty good demonstration, whether you’ve never carved a turkey before or you’d just like to learn an easier way.

17. You carve up the whole bird even though only half of it will get eaten on Thanksgiving.

You carve up the whole bird even though only half of it will get eaten on Thanksgiving.

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If you’re serving dinner for eight people or fewer, only slice one leg and one breast. Store the other leg and breast, uncut, in an airtight container in the fridge, and slice pieces off as you’re ready to eat them; unsliced meat doesn’t dry out as quickly.

Read more :  30 Cute And Clever Ways To Decorate For Thanksgiving

Lilly Singh Savagely Shut Down All Her Sexist Commenters By Making A Sandwich A Little Differently

Lilly “Superwoman” Singh just admitted why she doesn’t address negative comments, in a video titled “How to Make a Sandwich”.

Lilly "Superwoman" Singh just admitted why she doesn't address negative comments, in a video titled "How to Make a Sandwich".

It’s because she has two sides, and usually favours the first side.

It's because she has two sides, and usually favours the first side.

Butttt then she read out a comment that she gets pretty often.

Butttt then she read out a comment that she gets pretty often.

The comment reads: “women arent funny. shouldnt u be in the kitching making me a sandwich”. [sic]

And well, decided to unleash her second side to answer the fine man’s question.

And well, decided to unleash her second side to answer the fine man's question.

She proceeded to show the commenter how to actually make a sandwich…

She proceeded to show the commenter how to actually make a sandwich...

…and every part of the process was riddled with uncontainable savagery.

...and every part of the process was riddled with uncontainable savagery.

She didn’t hold back at all.

She didn't hold back at all.

Not one bit.

Not one bit.

And people LOVE Singh’s ball-busting, no-nonsense response to all the sexist commenters out there.

And people LOVE Singh's ball-busting, no-nonsense response to all the sexist commenters out there.

You can check out the video here:

Lilly Singh Savagely Shut Down All Her Sexist Commenters By Making A Sandwich A Little Differently
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Mike Pence Went To See “Hamilton” And The Cast Had A Message For Him

Mike Pence took a break from government transition work Friday night to attend a Broadway performance of Hamilton, but the musical ended with the cast directly addressing the vice president-elect and asking him to “work on behalf of all of us.”

It seemed to be a tense outing from the get-go for the Indiana governor, who received a tepid welcome at the New York theater where witnesses said Pence was booed as he entered and walked toward his seat.

Then at the close of the musical, with the entire cast assembled on stage, Pence was addressed directly by a member of the cast.

“We, sir — we are the diverse America who are alarmed and anxious that your new administration will not protect us,” said actor Brandon Victor Dixon, who plays Aaron Burr.

“We truly hope this show has inspired you to uphold our American values and to work on behalf of all of us,” Dixon said. “This is one American story told by a diverse group of men and women of different colors, creeds, and orientations.”

The audience erupted in cheers after Dixon spoke to the vice president-elect.

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It was unclear if Pence caught most of the statement. The Associated Press reported he ducked out before the address and Dixon, as he began, noted that the president-elect was already walking out. “I hope you will hear just a few more moments,” he said.

A show spokesperson, however, told the New York Times that Pence stood in the hallway outside the theater entrance and heard the speech.

On Saturday morning, Donald Trump himself had heard of the drama, tweeting criticism of the cast and demanding they apologize:

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Dixon, the actor who spoke to Pence from the stage, then responded to Trump on Twitter:

Hours later, Trump continued to tweet about the incident and called the cast “rude and insulting” although he deleted it minutes later.

Kellyanne Conway, Trump’s former campaign manager, also criticized the cast’s actions, as did former Speaker of the House Newt Gingrich:

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Some people in the audience also speculated that lyrics of the musical appeared to be sung directly at Pence, a question that seemed to be answered once the cast addressed Trump’s running mate at the end of the performance.

The New York Times reported that the director, producer, and cast of the musical decided to write a statement to the vice president-elect once they learned he would be attending.

The show’s Pulitzer Prize–winning creator, Lin-Manuel Miranda, said he was proud of the cast’s actions:

The Secret Service motorcade was the first hint someone from the Trump campaign might be headed to see Hamilton Friday night.

Once inside, video captured in the theater showed the vice president-elect greeted with a series of applause and distinct boos.

Several people in the audience tweeted pictures of Pence and his security team taking a seat.

One witness called it an “unreal scene.”

The awkwardness didn’t stop there.

The jeering and cheering continued and apparently reached a pitch when actor Rory O’Malley, an openly gay man who plays King George in the musical, sang the lyrics to a reprise of “You’ll Be Back.”

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The song includes the lyrics:

Oceans rise
Empires fall
It’s much harder when it’s your call
All alone, across the sea
When your people say they hate you
Don’t come crawling back to me

A Broadway show that focuses in significant part on Alexander Hamilton’s immigrant experience was an unexpected choice of entertainment for the conservative vice president-elect.

In March 2015, Pence signed Indiana’s Religious Freedom Law, which opponents and businesses criticized as allowing discrimination against LGBT people. The outcry — which went national — led to a revision to protect against discrimination, which Pence also signed.

Later in 2015, Pence was one of many governors who opposed Syrian refugees coming into his state. This past month, a federal appeals court slammed Pence for actions he took in support of that opposition.

Dixon’s statement might have struck a personal chord for the diverse cast, whose main character — previously played by Lin-Manuel Miranda — is now being played by Javier Muñoz, an HIV-positive, openly gay man from a Puerto Rican family.

But the play also strikes on other issues that have been targeted by the Trump campaign, such as immigration, with Hamilton often highlighting his rich immigrant background.

According to audience members, one of the show’s lines was greeted with particularly loud applause and cheers Friday: “Immigrants, we get the job done!”