It looks like Jim Carrey can now add two new roles to his resume as he is now a cartoonist and painter.

On Tuesday, March 20, the 56-year-old comedian took to Twitter to share his latest painting. This time, Carrey painted Facebook CEO, Mark Zuckerberg.

The new painting features a black and white sketch of the internet entrepreneur along with the Facebook thumbs down button and an infamous quote from Zuckerberg.

"They trust me, dumb f -," the quote reads.

Carrey's latest drawing is reportedly a response to Facebook's latest error. On Sunday, March 18 it was discovered that the social media network unknowingly shared information of 50 million users with political research firm Cambridge Analytica, which is a company that worked for President Donald Trump during his presidential campaign.

Of course, the incident prompted a debate of the improper handling of data as well as how much access should Facebook have to a users' personal information.

The episode is more than likely what led Carrey to pose a question as the caption of the drawing of Zuckerberg.

"Who are you sharing your life with? #regulatefacebook" the actor labeled the drawing.

Carrey Wants Everyone To Delete Facebook 

The Ace Ventura star's latest image of Zuckerberg should come as no surprise as he announced that he was deleting his Facebook account back in February. 

Carrey claimed that he was removing his account because the network was profiting from Russian interference in the elections. The actor later encouraged investors and those that use the app to do the same if they care about the future

Is Drawing Carrey's New Hobby?

The Bruce Almighty star first stirred controversy when he shared his first artwork of White House Press Secretary, Sarah Sanders.

Then on Monday, the screenwriter released a new painting of President Donald Trump referring to him as the Wicked Witch of the West. In the sketch, President Trump appears green-faced as monkeys swarm around him.