After conservative drag diva Elaine Lancaster posted on social media new comments that further inflamed South Florida’s LGBTQ community, Drag Bunch at Señor Frogs erased her from its Sunday line-up, replacing Lancaster’s image with another star female impersonator, Tiffany Fantasia.
Lancaster says she wasn’t fired, that she quit — and besides, she doesn’t need the money, anyway. “I quit Brandon yesterday, Sunday. I can come back anytime I want to come back. There’s a lot of hate that’s been generated for him and is making him uncomfortable,” she said. “I just got my inheritance. My mother is still alive, but I got it anyway. So I don’t have to work another day if I don’t want to.”
The same day, Lancaster posted to Twitter a story linking Facebook founder Mark Zuckerberg to Hillary Clinton’s 2016 campaign chairman John Podesta, along with a “bombshell” by Wikileaks founder Julian Assange that Zuckerberg and Facebook COO Sheryl Sandberg “colluded” with Clinton’s campaign. Lancaster published her tweet with the hashtags “JewishCollusion” and “FacebookFraudsters.”