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Vincent D’Onofrio Shares His Jealousy Over Talented Song Mocking George Santos


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Even Wilson Fisk isn’t a fan of George Santos apparently. Actor Vincent D’Onofrio recently shared his love for and jealousy over a song making the rounds impressively skewering Santos and his penchant for lies.

Viral comedian Randy Rainbow released a parody song today called “Life’s a F–king Fantasy for Santos,” in which he uses the song “Jolly Holiday” from Mary Poppins (the 1964 version) as a base. Sample lines:  “Ain’t he a sack of BS?/ How’d they elect such a mess?” and “I think he might be high.”

“Gosh I wish I was as talented as Randy,” D’Onofrio said. “Love this so much.”

Rainbow dresses up like Poppins and carefully eviscerates all of Santos’ falsehoods, like how he was a Wall Street Tycoon who had Britney Spears perform at his Bar Mitzvah, even though he’s not Jewish.

The song moves into a parody of The Seekers’ 1966 hit “Georgy Girl,” with lyrics like “Hey there, Georgy girl/ Shut your stupid hole and don’t deflect,” and “Find a little self-respect/ And maybe it’s you they’ll like.”

The songs coda brings both parts together as Rainbow sings, “His nose keeps growing as the Feds close in, ‘cause everything’s a fantasy with Santos/ My fantasy’s that Santos goes away!”

D’Onofrio is actually a bit of a comedic musician himself, so the tribute to Rainbow isn’t coming out of nowhere. He’s performed as George Geronimo Gerkie, a “legendary country singer” a few times over the years. Here’s what that looks like:



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