Enjeti chimed in and added: "Yeah, I actually would submit that the worst thing that could happen to th Ukrainian cause is to itself become allied with the Hollywood elite."
He continued: "That's not what you want in this country, considering how hated they are. And that's why I would find this objectionable."
In an appearance on The Drew Barrymore Show, Schumer, who was promoting the 94th Academy Awards, said the following: "I wanted to find a way to have Zelensky like satellite in, or make a tape or something, just because so many eyes get on us. They're so many eyes on the Oscars."
She even reportedly approached event organisers about making this a reality.
He has had various appearances in things from Paddington to Dancing with the Stars, which have resurfaced on social media.
Maybe that's another reason why Schumer made her suggestion in the first place, after all.
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