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Zach Braff and Donald Faison to Make Pizzas for Gay Weddings

After playing best friends and roommates for seven seasons on Scrubs, Braff and Faison became best buds in real life too.

Zach Braff and Donald Faison

Zach Braff and his former “Scrubs” co-star Donald Faison have joined the national campaign to punish the State of Indiana for its controversial new religious freedom law. The two plan to make pizzas for gay weddings held in the state.

After playing best friends and roommates for seven seasons on Scrubs, Braff and Faison became best buds in real life too.

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Indiana claims that the law – which is already being amended due to the outrage — was intended to protect religious freedom, but most people see it as an attempt to allow for discrimination against gays.

Braff has tweeted, “If you really and truly want pizza for your gay wedding in Indiana… We will make it for you, ” together with a picture of himself and Faison riding a motor boat somewhere.

The two actors made the announcement in response to one from an Indiana restaurant called Memories Pizza in which its proprietors proclaimed that they would never provide services for gay weddings.

In the holiday spirit Braff also tweeted last Friday, “Happy Passover. Happy Good Friday. Happy Everything.” And, “Whatever you celebrate, have a happy it. #Easter #Passover #Zayn.”

In a related story, all of us here at Jewish Business News would like to wish the actor/director a happy 40th birthday. Braff tweeted, “In Europe I’m 40.”



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