New York City mayoral candidate Andrew Yang is facing backlash following his appearance on the latest episode of the Showtime talk show “Ziwe.” Yang was called out online after he told late-night host Ziwe Fumudoh that his favorite subway station was Times Square.

The answer appeared to offend some New Yorkers who criticized Yang for favoring a tourist attraction rather than a quieter area in the city.

On Monday, Yang’s name began trending on Twitter with people criticizing his answer and suggesting he was out of touch with the residents of New York.

“Andrew Yang said his fav stop in NYC is Times Square, said no NYer ever. FRAUD!!!!” one user posted.

One Twitter post noted subway riders take extreme measures to avoid the Times Square station. “How is Andrew Yang’s favorite subway stop Times Square?! I walked from Port Authority to Grand Central on crutches in all kinds of conditions JUST to avoid having to go through the Times Square subway station??! Tf????” the post read.

This isn’t the first time Yang faced backlash for being out of touch with New Yorkers. In January, the former presidential candidate was criticized after he appeared to complain about spending time in his NYC apartment with his wife and their two children.

“We’ve spent more time upstate than in the city over the last number of months, but I also spent time in Georgia, as you know, I spent time in Pennsylvania campaigning for Joe and Kamala,” he said at the time.

“We live in a two-bedroom apartment in Manhattan. And so, like, can you imagine trying to have two kids on virtual school in a two-bedroom apartment, and then trying to do work yourself?”

Due to the rising unemployment rates at the time, many accused Yang of being tone-deaf. Yang backtracked on his comments and said he made a mistake.

As part of his presidential campaign, entrepreneur Andrew Yang endorsed smartphone voting
As part of his presidential campaign, entrepreneur Andrew Yang endorsed smartphone voting GETTY IMAGES / JOE RAEDLE