Artist and noted carb-lover Chloe Wise is Canadian, born in Montreal and now based in New York. When the returns coming in from Tuesday's presidential election took a turn for the worst, and Donald Trump looked like he was going to clinch the presidency, she posted an Instagram, partly in jest, that drove home what various celebrities — and probably also your neighbors — have been saying for weeks: If Trump wins, we're moving to [insert country here]. "'Marry me and move to Canada if s--t hits the fan tonight' starter pack," the post read, depicting maple syrup, an Air Canada plane, and the Canadian maple-leaf flag. "U know I got them passports," Wise captioned it.

But in the aftermath of Trump's actual victory, celebrities have been forced to confront what was once a thoughtless joke, as commentators on social media have pointed out that being able to flee the country is an indicator of privilege not afforded to many Americans now facing possible deportation or who simply don't have the means to escape. (The Canadian immigrations site reportedly crashed repeatedly on Wednesday morning as Americans began to look hard at their options.) Plus, it's not like Canadians have had an easy week: Just two days after Trump Actress and comedian Amy Schumer and her pal Lena Dunham, Public School and DKNY designer Dao-Yi Chow, Wise, and rapper Snoop Dogg have all weighed in on the question: to Canada, or not to Canada?

Snoop Dogg

The rapper and noted Martha Stewart cooking partner called on noted Canadian Drake to help him with the relocation process. Champagne Papi declined to weigh in. (Anyways, where would that leave Martha and Snoop's Potluck Dinner?)

Lena Dunham

Back when Trump still looked like a long shot, actress and activist Lena Dunham said she'd be heading to Vancouver if he won. She was a staunch Hillary Clinton supporter and hit the campaign trail for the former Secretary of State; she's written at length about her emotions in the aftermath of Clinton's defeat. But she's staying: In an Instagram Friday morning, she wrote, "For those demanding I move to Canada based on something I said when this man seemed like a steak salesman with a long shot at the presidency: stay busy reveling in your new regime."

Chloe Wise

The Canadian-born, New York-based artist input her own location for this choice post: "Trump is Basically Hitler Though."

Amy Schumer

Schumer once promised to move in the event of a Trump victory, though in the wake of his win she took to Instagram to decry the idea of relocating. "Anyone saying pack your bags is just as disgusting as anyone who voted for this racist homophobic openly disrespectful woman abuser," she wrote.

Dao-Yi Chow

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I live in this fantastic bubble here in New York City. Where all of my friends are mixed and we celebrate our differences and we learn how to be respectful of each other no matter where we come from. Being different is a badge of honor. Having independent thoughts and an open mind is what I was taught early on. I thank god with all my soul that I have been raised here and that I've been able to raise my children here. I consider myself a New Yorker before an American. It's given everything to me which is why I dedicate my work to it everyday. I finished my first NYC marathon three days ago and felt like I could do anything because of this city. This has always been who I was, thinking that where I am is right at the center of the world. But fuck this bubble. Fuck this FUCKING place because it gave me a false sense of reality. The bubble finally burst and I woke up today to see what a dream I've been living. I took for granted what it feels like to be different and still loved. To feel safe around everyone. To be around smart and kind people who don't judge a book by its cover. To be surrounded by a community who look at my children like their own. To have grown up with people whose parents fought for social injustice and helped those who needed it the most. I fell asleep all these years in my comfy cozy bubble. But thank you America for the wake up call. Thank you for setting the record straight. Thank you for smashing the grace and beauty I grew up around so I could see how much work I have to do to educate my children so they don't get lulled to sleep like I did. So instead of retracting and moving overseas, that wouldn't be very New York of me, I promise to get out there and help prepare my children and other children to see the world for what it is and subsequently what it could be. Please don't talk to me about this being a battle between old establishment vs new establishment. Amerikkka I'm actually good now. I'm woke.

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"Instead of retracting and moving overseas, that wouldn't be very New York of me," the Public School and DKNY designer wrote, "I promise to get out there and help prepare my children and other children to see the world for what it is."


Meanwhile, Canadian musician Grimes has continued to be vocal about the election and the impact Trump's victory is sure to have on trans individuals in particular. In the midst of all of it, she provided some much-needed puppy inspiration in the form of her new pitbull. "thank u to those protesting and protecting freedom tonite," she wrote.