Jim Carrey blasts Mark Zuckerberg in new painting, tells him ‘f--- you’ in binary
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“Hey #Zuckerborg. We know who you are. And we saw what you did,” Carrey tweeted, sharing his newest cartoon, which appears to be a self-portrait.

“Here’s a little message from me in your native language,” he added, before including a line of binary that translates to “F--- you.”

The tweet linked to a New York Times investigation published Wednesday that detailed Facebook’s handling of privacy and election interference scandals.

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The report included details that have amplified widespread criticism of the company, including the revelation that Facebook hired a Republican opposition research firm that sought to link the company’s critics to billionaire philanthropist George Soros, stoking conspiracy theories.

Carrey, who regularly uses his art to parody and critique members of the Trump administration, has criticized Facebook before over its handling of Russia's election interference.

In February, Carrey announced via cartoon that he was selling his stock in the company and deleting his account, blasting the social network as “Fakebook.”