RuPaul’s Drag Race judge: ‘Clintons are paedophiles, Obamas are murderers’
The gay music producer also took a swipe at a host of LGBT celebrities – including Mama Ru herself.
It’s probably safe to say that Lucian Piane is no fan of Hillary Clinton.
The gay music producer – who has made countless appearances on RuPaul’s Drag Race – has consistently criticised the Democratic Presidential nominee during the election campaign.
However, he decided to take things a step further yesterday, by tweeting a range of bizarre conspiracy theories aimed at Mrs Clinton and her husband, former POTUS Bill.
After accusing the Clintons of murder, he made similar accusations regarding the current President, Barack Obama, before branding his wife Michelle an “idiot”.
Later, he took to Periscope to sing a slightly crazed song claiming that the Clintons are paedophiles, Barack Obama is not American and that the election is rigged.
Not content with taking on politicians, Piane then decided to randomly attack a number of LGBT celebrities – including former colleague RuPaul Charles.
Lowlights also included accusing Bryan Singer of sexual abuse, Perez Hilton of killing Amy Winehouse and claiming to have ‘made out’ with Anderson Cooper.
He also claimed that Portia De Rossi is cheating on wife Ellen DeGeneres, before laughing at a gay music producer because he is HIV positive.
Unsurprisingly, Piane’s actions were quickly criticised, with Drag Race royalty Willam one of the first to challenge the music producer’s increasingly worrying outbursts.
Others called for RuPaul and Logo TV to disassociate themselves with Piane, although both are yet to make a public statement on the issue.
The US presidential election campaign will finally draw to a close next week, after months of ridiculous accusations – most of which stem from Hillary haters.
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