More than a dozen music and movie stars threatened to move away if Donald Trump was elected president. So conservative street artist known as "Sabo" decided to make up a fake home for sale signs to try to hold the celebs to their word.

The signs included property photos and headshots of the celebs. Sabo says, "these celebrities are a pain in the ass..." He said, "they seem to think that we care and then making this threat we're going to just say okay I'll vote for Hillary, please don't move, I love your movies. The celebs include Jon Stewart, Bryan Cranston, Samuel L. Jackson, and Amy Schumer to name a few. 

Some of the ads feature an image of Trump as a realtor on one side while on the other side is a picture of one of the offending celebrities. "Moving to Canada election day sale: For sales information contact Sotheby's agent Donald Trump," reads the text.

 

 

There's also a phone number and a website, GTFOOH.today, which prolific street artist Sabo told The Hollywood Reporter stands for: "Get the f— out of here today." 

Sabo says the signs have now been taken down.