Lando Calrissians voice in movies and television have been calling for his ouster for some time, but their demands have not been met.
On Monday, actor Lando calorissian posted on Instagram a video of himself making the pronunciation of the English word “lando”.
“I am Lando,” he said, adding that he is not fluent in English.
“I am not the first person to do it, nor the last.
You don’t need to know what it means.
You can just ask.”
The actor said he did not believe that the word is pronounced exactly the same way, adding, “I have a good knowledge of the words, so I can easily spell it out.”
Calrissiano has a long history of making incorrect pronouncements on the internet.
On March 5, the actor claimed that a picture of a man wearing a hat and sunglasses with a white bow tie was the one that caused the deaths of four people in San Bernardino.
On April 1, the internet was awash with incorrect comments about the actor’s appearance, saying he is “a guy who likes to wear a wig”.
The actor has been vocal about his criticism of Trump on social media, tweeting a photo of him with a message that reads: “Trump just killed a man.
You know why?
Because he thinks he’s a god.
On the same day, he tweeted that he was planning to attend a rally in San Diego, California on Friday, March 6.
Calrissoniano also said that he would not attend Trump’s inauguration, as he does not want to be associated with the president-elect.
“No way in hell.
Trump is a big, fat, mean racist, a bully and a fraud.
He’s just a piece of shit,” he tweeted.
Calrssian’s comments sparked outrage on social and political media, with many calling him a racist and a racist who is “playing with the lives of black people” in the wake of the massacre.
“I’m a black guy, I’m a human being, and I just hope that the president of the United States, who is just a white guy, doesn’t have my life in his hands,” Calrssiano said in a video released by the group Black Lives Matter Los Angeles.
“This is the first time in my life that I’ve heard that somebody could kill four black men and get away with it,” he added.
“And I just think that it’s time for the president to start looking at us and see us as human beings.”