Actor Brandon Victor Dixon made headlines when he read a long attack of Vice President-Elect Mike Pence during the curtain call of a recent production of Hamilton.
But now, Dixon’s making headlines again, because it seems he has a long history of demeaning women—especially white women—on Twitter.
In one tweet, from St. Patrick’s Day in 2012, Dixon suggested that black men should take advantage of (presumably drunk) white women: “St. Patty’s day weekend is like Christmas for black dudes who like white chicks. Happy holidays boys.”
In another tweet, from 2013, Dixon quoted someone else: “For every racist comment I get about Trayvon [Martin], I’m going to turn one (1) white married, suburban housewife and mother into a jump off.” (A “jump off” is a demeaning slang word for a casual sexual partner.)
Dixon added the caption: “The. Best.”
In another tweet, Dixon complained that “ho’s aren’t what they used to be.”
Ironically, Dixon had called for Pence to “uphold our American values” and work for inclusiveness—but it seems like he should worry about his own behavior first.