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Massive ‘F–K Cuomo and de Blasio” Message Painted on Williamsburg Street

“F–k Cuomo and de Blasio” was scrawled in massive letters on North 15th Street between Wythe Avenue and Banker Street over the weekend

Sept. 21, 2020 By Allie Griffin

Brooklynites spelled out how they really feel about the New York City mayor and New York governor with a massive street mural over the weekend.

Attendees of a Williamsburg block-party fed up with the elected officials painted “F–k Cuomo and de Blasio” in huge block letters across the blacktop of North 15th Street, the New York Post reported.

The vulgar message was painted on the block between Wythe Avenue and Banker Street around 1 a.m. Saturday, according to the newspaper.

An attendee of the block party told the Post that the party doubled as a “small business owner protest” and that people cheered the mural.

The message’s yellow lettering is similar to the “Black Lives Matter” murals that City Hall has commissioned on streets in each borough in the wake of protests against police brutality.

City workers painted over the profanity less than 24 hours after it went up, the Post reported.

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AWW! THE BABIES DONT LIKE THE TRUTH!

Really? they both need to grow up. THEY SUCK AS LEADERS AND HUMAN BEINGS! its like they dont even know they live in a country where PEOPLE VOTE FOR LEADERS!!! duh!!!!!

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Why does the Radical Right want everything to be PC?

Would it have offended you less if the vulgar vandalism had a different message?

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ASensibleMan

You could randomly pick people off the street and they’d do a better job than the DeBlasio administration.

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