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SF Beauty Brand CEO Seeking Political Asylum in Wake of Trump Election Victory

Bootie Babe Nail Lacquer Creator Fears Retaliation From Trump Inner Circle

SAN FRANCISCO - Nov. 15, 2016 - Rezul -- Mark O'Hara, CEO of SuperBooty LLC, the firm behind the Bootie Babe Nail Lacquer brand is seeking political asylum due to President-elect Donald Trump's victory last Tuesday.

On June 1st 2016 the company released "Donald Rump", a limited edition burnt-orange shade which was digitally color-matched to the actual skin tone of Trump's face and is now fearing retribution from Trump's team of advisors.

O'Hara, the inventor of the patented bootie shaped nail polish line (featured in Time Magazine) is hoping to be the first company to move out of the U.S. before President-elect Trump is sworn in on January 20th, 2017.

O'Hara expressed his regretful desire to leave America by stating, "Don't get me wrong, I love America but now I'm convinced I'm on Trump's hit list and I don't want to end up in Guantanamo."

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He hopes that there is a country willing to offer political asylum for himself and a new home for his brand.

O'Hara candidly admits, "Damn right I'm scared and the last thing I want is Rudy Giuliani or Newt Gingrich on my ass. Perhaps there's a cosmetic company in the E.U., Canada, Japan, China, Australia or Brazil that would like to acquire my brand and provide asylum - if so, please contact me immediately."

O'Hara looks forward to discussions with representatives from potential host countries or international beauty brands in the next several weeks.

"Donald Rump" is available now for a special price of $6.66 at

SuperBooty LLC
Mark O'Hara

Source: SuperBooty LLC

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