Passage rose to fame as the husband of the docuseries, the famous Tiger King zoo keeper, Joe Exotic, while the cheeky chappy Harry was a fan favorite of the Netflix reality series Too Hot To Handle.
Now we have received the crossover to end all crossovers – sorry Avengers: Infinity War and Avengers: Endgame.
Dillon posted a selfie he took of himself with Harry on his Instagram story.
Exotic’s husband captioned the photo: “Too hot to handle meets Tiger King. “
Adding to Metro, Dillon confirmed that their friendship had been broken because he shared the same management as Harry and his girlfriend Francesca Farago.
Since leaving the reality series, Harry has moved on to Francesca and they have become social media thrills, with fans eager to know what the next step in their romance is.
Harry said to Francesca, “You absolutely changed my life. I love you so much and look forward to spending forever with you. “
Stumbling, he added, “I really should have said that again! Do you wanna do this thing Do you want to marry? “
Although she left a pause in anticipation, Francesca replied, “Harry knows I want to marry him, so yes. Of course! “
We’ll have to wait and see if the couple goes down the aisle, but by then we’ll have to settle for the sexy shots they post on their Instagram accounts.
Meanwhile, Dillon continues to call on President Donald Trump to forgive Joe Exotic for his crimes.
Exotic, whose real name is Joseph Allen Maldonado-Passage, is currently serving a 22-year prison sentence for hiring a hitman to kill his longtime enemy, animal rights activist Carole Baskin.
Dillon himself joked on FUBAR Radio earlier this month that Baskin was to blame for the current coronavirus pandemic.
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He said “” There is only one person we can blame for this and that is Carole f ****** Baskin. ”
Whatever your thoughts on Ms. Baskin, she certainly cannot be blamed for that!
Tiger King: Murder, Mystery and Mayhem and Too Hot To Handle are each now available on Netflix.
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