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Politics are a real DRAG

Politics are a real DRAG

YOU MIGHT KNOW HIM BY ANOTHER NAME: Osama Bin Laden, as envisioned in drag by artist Saint Hoax. Photo: WENN

Saint Hoax, a pseudonymous Middle Eastern artist, has a new exhibit “War Drags You Out,” featuring some of the world’s most notorious figures as we’ve never seen them before.

Madame O’ Sane
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AKA Saddam Hussein

Ossie B’
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AKA Osama Bin Laden

Hitleria Hysteria
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AKA Adolf Hitler

Vladdy Pushin’
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AKA Vladimir Putin

Kimmy Jungle
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AKA Kim Jong Un

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