“The League” Star Tears Into Celebrity Kickstarters With Fake Campaign

Actor/comedian Jon Lajoie posted a wise-ass video that knocked Veronica Mars and Zach Braff for taking money from fans. He certainly got his point across.

For the most part, Hollywood stars have lined up behind the stars who have turned to Kickstarter to fund their passion projects — celebrities blanketed Twitter with messages to encourage fans to donate money to Rob Thomas’ campaign to make the dream of a Veronica Mars movie a reality and Zach Braff’s quest to maintain creative control over his new original screenplay.

Jon Lajoie, one of the stars of FX’s comedy The League was even inspired to start a faux-Kickstarter campaign earlier this week, featuring a searing video that satires Thomas, Braff and the other celebrities that have begun to turn to their audiences for direct financial backing.

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