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Lawmaker’s Facebook Draws Late Night Jokes

JERSEY CITY, N.J., (UPI) –  A New Jersey lawmaker removed a pair of “likes” on his Facebook page after they were mocked by late night hosts Jimmy Kimmel and Jon Stewart.

State Assemblyman Charles Mainor of Jersey City “unliked” pages “Big Bootie Freaks” and “You Got Knocked the Fck Out” on Facebook Wednesday after the odd choices made him the butt of Kimmel’s remarks Tuesday night on ABC’s “Jimmy Kimmel Live,” The Jersey Journal, Jersey City, reported Wednesday.

“I respect the fact that [Mainor] likes big butts and he cannot lie,” Kimmel jested, referencing Sir Mix-A-Lot song “Baby Got Back.”

A CNN brief of Mainor’s odd Facebook choices was also the target of Stewart’s humor, being chosen as the “Moment of Zen” on Tuesday night’s “The Daily Show” on Comedy Central.

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