Twitter users roast Rudy Giuliani for apparent hair dye mishap

Rudy Giuliani
Rudy Giuliani speaks to the press about various lawsuits related to the 2020 election, inside the Republican National Committee headquarters on November 19, 2020 in Washington, DC. Photo credit Drew Angerer/Getty Images

NEW YORK (WCBS 880) — An apparent hair dye mishap during a press conference had social media users roasting President Donald Trump’s personal attorney Rudy Giuliani on Thursday.

During a press conference, in which Giuliani got increasingly agitated as he continued to make unsubstantiated claims of election fraud, streams of dark fluid were seen running down the sides of the 76-year-old’s face.

While Giuliani tried to wipe the sweat with a handkerchief, the dark streaks remained present for the remainder of the news event, prompting several Twitter users to offer professional hair tips.

Rudy Giuliani
Rudy Giuliani speaks to the press about various lawsuits related to the 2020 election, inside the Republican National Committee headquarters on November 19, 2020 in Washington, DC. Photo credit Drew Angerer/Getty Images

“Hey @RudyGiuliani – pls call me for some free tips on stopping hair dye leaks,” one user wrote.

Sports commentator Keith Olbermann also chimed in, mocking Giuliani at the podium saying, “I have nothing to offer you but blood, toil, tears, and hair dye sweat.”

Haircare professionals also weighed in on the topic in a New York Times report, saying they believe the dark liquid was some other kind of hair product, and not raw hair dye.

“Hair dye doesn’t drip like that, unless it’s just been applied,” hairstylist David Kholdorov told the Times.

It wasn’t the first time Trump’s personal attorney was caught in a messy appearance.

Earlier this month, Giuliani appeared in a video where he falsely claimed the election was being stolen and pounded on a desk with ink stains seen on his hands.

Last month, he was also caught in a compromising position in a hotel room with a young woman acting as a television journalist for a scene in Sacha Baron Cohen’s “Borat” sequel.