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Billy Porter Has to Sell His House Because of Bob Iger’s Greed

Porter went on to say that he was supposed to be in a new movie and a new television show starting in September, but those projects have been put on hold due to the strikes.


“The life of an artist, until you make f–k-you money — which I haven’t made yet — is still check-to-check,” Porter said.

Porter’s comments come after Disney CEO Bob Iger dismissed the demands of striking actors and writers as “unrealistic.”

“I don’t think their demands are realistic,” Iger said in an interview with CNBC. “I think they’re asking for things that are not achievable.”

Porter has since responded to Iger’s comments, saying that he is “so enraged” by the Disney CEO’s words.

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“I’m so enraged by Bob Iger saying that our demands are unrealistic,” Porter said. “I’m so enraged by the fact that he thinks that we’re not worth fighting for.”

Porter’s comments have sparked a wave of support on social media, with many people expressing their anger at Iger and their solidarity with Porter.

The strikes in Hollywood have been going on for over two months now, and there is no sign of a resolution in sight. In the meantime, actors and writers like Billy Porter are feeling the financial strain of the work stoppage.

It remains to be seen how long the strikes will last, but one thing is clear: Bob Iger’s comments have only made things worse.

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