Street artists place derisive graffiti on ‘Homeland’ set


A group of street artists placed derisive graffiti on the set of Showtime’s hit drama Homeland. The graffiti, which include such phrases as “Homeland is racist” and “Homeland is a joke, and it didn’t make us laugh,” appeared in the series’s second episode of the fifth season. The street artists, calling themselves the “Arabian Street Artists,” said that they purposefully wrote those comments because they disagreed with the often controversial show’s political message.



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