NBC, the PGA, Macy's, Univision, NASCAR, Serta, ESPN, and...Tony Baloney's?

Yes, you can add our favorite Atlantic City South Inlet pizza shop to the list of businesses that have severed ties with Donald Trump.

The Donald has been officially banned from Tony Baloney's by owner Mike Hauke for these controversial comments about Mexican immigrants.

"When Mexico sends its people, they're not sending their best," he told the crowd at Trump Tower. "They're not sending you….They're sending people that have lots of problems, and they're bringing those problems with us. They're bringing drugs. They're bringing crime. They're rapists. And some, I assume, are good people."

Hauke estimates that 20% of his Baloney's employees are Mexican, and he took to social media this week to defend their honor, blasting Trump for "grabbing attention for your campaign by-way of inserting your head in your rectum to opine about national security and disrespecting all of the hard-working Mexican-Americans at the same time... not going to fly here."

In his Facebook post, Hauke is pictured surrounded by his Mexican employees, who are motioning in a "T", apparently a Trump variation of flipping the bird.

Trump Taj Mahal Casino employees are still welcome for pizza at Tony Baloney's, though. Hauke is even offering Taj employees a 10% discount "for having to look at his name every day." Ouch!