Who’s more Mexican George Lopez or Danny Trejo?

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    Danny Trejo and George Lopez are involved in a social media "altercation."

    Danny Trejo & George Lopez arrive at the VIP Pre-Fight Party for the One: Mayweather vs. Canelo Fight at the MGM Grand Garden Arena on Saturday, Sept. 14, 2013 in Las Vegas. (Photo by Eric Jamison/Invision/AP)

    Comedian George Lopez and his new “Saint George” costar, actor Danny Trejo, have a war brewing on Twitter.

    The prize? Beating each other in Mexicanity?  Yes, that’s it. Both men are battling each other in a comical attempt at proving who is more Mexican.

    The brawl held on social media lends itself to a verbal ping-pong where twitter followers of both stars are trapped navigating between Lopez’s and Trejo’s twitter accounts…just to keep up with the insanity.

    Here’s a taste of what’s going down between the sitcom stars on Twitter:


     


     


     

    After the this tweet by Lopez it seems Trejo, famous for his role “Machete”, suddenly went silent but of course “Saint George” was quick to call him out on it:


     

    There hasn’t been a response from Trejo as of yet but we’re sure this is not the last we’ll hear about #MoreMexican, especially not with “Saint George” airing Thursday, March 6th at 9 P.M ET on FX.

    In the half-hour sitcom Lopez plays a recently divorced working man balancing a new business venture, culture clashes with his “gringa” ex-wife (Justified’s Jenn Lyon), and his controlling Mexican-American mamá (In the Heights’ Olga Merediz).

    Trejo is cast as a recurring character, Lopez’s Uncle.

    “In many ways, Tio is like a savant or Shakespeare’s fool — despite a convoluted thought process and many quirks, Tio speaks the truth and holds a mirror up to George,” said Trejo in an interview with Vulture.com.

    “Saint George” will initially air ten-episodes and if it manages to gain a consistent viewership will be followed by an order of another 90 episodes, a model known as the “10-90″ established by the series “Anger Management” featuring Charlie Sheen.

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