Jim Carrey is blasting Facebook founder Mark Zuckerberg yet again.
The 56-year-old actor shared his latest critical cartoon after the New York Times published a report on Wednesday about how Facebook has handled a number of recent scandals.
In the new cartoon, Bruce Almighty appears to have drawn himself – not Zuckerberg – looking red-faced and angry.
Hey #Zuckerborg. We know who you are. And we saw what you did, he wrote, adding a link to the New York Times story that detailed allegations against Facebook.
The article, published on Wednesday, claimed that the company knew about Russian meddling in the presidential election by Spring 2016, but did not immediately begin investigating.
Jim wrote: Heres a little message from me in your native language.
He followed this with a number of binary numbers that may look like just 1s and 0s to most people, but when we attempted to translate it using Cryptii – binary code converter – it reads as fuck you.
The Grinch actor is known for his satirical artwork where he pokes fun at fellow celebs and politicians.
Back in March, he hit out at Zuckerberg with another top sketch just days after it was reported that the social media network shared information of 50 million users with the political research group Cambridge Analytica, who worked for Donald Trumps presidential campaign.
The black and white drawing was posted in colour on Carreys social media last month with the caption Who are you sharing your life with?, but he appears to have added to the picture since, writing Zuckerbergs infamous quote: They trust me, dumb fucks! next to the portrait.
Earlier this year, the 56-year-old announced he was deleting his Facebook page and dropping his stock in the company.
He said: Im dumping my @facebook stock and deleting my page because @facebook profited from Russian interference in our elections and theyre still not doing enough to stop it.
Before adding: I encourage all other investors who care about our future to do the same. #unfriendfacebook.
The actor has been drawing since he was a child and has recently shared an abundance of paintings including Trump, Rick Gates and Stephen Hawking.
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