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On Tuesday morning (December 19, 2017) the American Sun-Times reported Kal Penn and girlfriend, to be shopping for engagement rings.The couple was seen closely eyeing some pricey bling in a couple of major jewelry stores — especially major diamond baubles that could only be described as the kind usually slipped on a woman’s left-hand ring finger. (read more)According to some insiders, they'll soon be engaged. Rumor Explodes on Twitter Naturally, the Sun-Times’ article sent Facebook and Twitter into a frenzy. Mr Penn, who appears on the show "House" and played Kumar in the movie "Harold & Kumar Go to White Castle" was forced to lie on the ground and give up his two mobile phones, one of which was owned by the US government, and his wallet, according to the celebrity website The Indian-American actor, whose real name is Kalpen Modi, is working in the White House's Office of Public Liaison as part of an outreach effort by President Barack Obama with Asian-Americans and Pacific Islanders.

We will turn their bigotry, along with the President's, into love,” he wrote on the crowdfunding page.

His post went viral on social media and only half an hour after the page was created, ,000 (£4,000) had already been donated. To the dude who said I don't belong in America, I started a fundraising page for Syrian Refugees in your name. https://t.co/NOR5P48f Bi pic.twitter.com/Iufyac SHAf — Kal Penn (@kalpenn) January 29, 2017 Some of the donors came with inventive names to support the cause, including: “Kumar Fights Racial Profiling”, “#Saynotobigotry”, “All We Need Is Love” and “Born In The USA”.

Within a few hours, he smashed his ,000 (£20,000) target. https://t.co/NOR5P48f Bi pic.twitter.com/jt JOs K9Gr U — Kal Penn (@kalpenn) January 28, 2017 He increased his goal to ,000 (£40,000) and less than a day after creating the page, he has raised 7,090 (£133,000) and counting. TV writer Marc Guggenheim and his wife Tara Butters donated 0 to the cause.

Actor Kal Penn has turned a nasty comment about his origins into an inspiring cause as he raised more than 0,000 in a few hours for Syrian refugees.

The Harold and Kumar star who went on to become an associate director in the White House Office of Public Engagement, tweeted a picture of a vile comment on his Instagram account which read: “You don’t belong in this country you f***ing joke”.

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