The former Little Britain star took to his Twitter account to share a tongue-in-cheek text message apparently from the North Korean leader.
David Walliams dressed as Kim Jong-un for Halloween.
The fake message, from the sender “King Jong-un”, read: “Hi Dave, Loved the Halloween outfit mate! Wet myself laughing.
“Don’t see what all the fuss is about.
“Kim x. PS Can’t wait to read ‘Bad Dad (sic)”
Happy Halloween from Kim Jong-un. pic.twitter.com/fGbpo5EgmF
— David Walliams (@davidwalliams) October 31, 2017
And this is why I'm never buying any of his books. David Walliams was and still is a racist. pic.twitter.com/gHM3xerz9p
— PayMeEveningStandard (@weimingkam) October 31, 2017
David captioned the post: “I just got this text”
The 46-year-old comedian transformed into the controversial leader for Jonathan Ross’ annual Halloween party – but he was accused of “yellow-face” and altering his eyelids to look like the dictator.
He tweeted: “Happy Halloween from Kim Jong-un.”
David was seen wearing a black suit, wig, and apparent prosthetics, prompting the backlash.
David Walliams dressed up as Kim Jong-un [Photo: Getty]
One Twitter user wrote: “And this is why I’m never buying any of his books. David Walliams was and still is a racist. (sic)”
Another tweet, which has now been deleted, read: “So anyone else thing that David Walliams fixing his eye lids and “yellowing up” is racist? Pretty blatant to me. (sic)”
It comes after David’s Little Britain co-star Matt Lucas recently admitted it would be “very hard to play characters of other races now” because times have changed.
He told the Big Issue: “Society has moved on a lot since then and my own views have evolved.”
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