Mel Gibson — Yes, before the spewing of racial epithets and anti-Semitic invectives, the “Lethal Weapon” franchise star Gibson went on an anti-gay tirade in a 1991 interview with Spanish newspaper El Pais. So there were ample evidence of his virulent bigotry many years before it spilled into the public.
while Mel Gibson reportedly used blatantly homophobic slurs in an interview with a Spanish newspaper in 1991.
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Victoria Jackson: “Did you see “Glee” this week? Sickening! And, besides shoving the gay thing down our throats, they made a mockery of Christians – again! I wonder what their agenda is? Hey, producers of “Glee” – what’s your agenda? One-way tolerance?”
In June, the singer and “The Voice” co-host lashed out on Twitter after a Minnesota music editor gave an episode of the hit series a lackluster review. He tweeted: “I respect your criticism, but be fair! People enjoyed last night! I’m guessing you’re gay? And my masculinity offended you? Well f–k you!”
Though Washington later denied using the word backstage at the 2007 Golden Globes, Knight said he was inspired to come out publicly after hearing his co-star use the word. “I’ve never been called that to my face,” he told Ellen Degeneres. “So I think when that happened, something shifted, and it became bigger than myself.” Washington was fired from the show shortly thereafter, but said he believed racism had been a factor in his dismissal, and claimed that Knight had manipulated the controversy.
The CNN analyst was slammed for remarks he made during this year’s Super Bowl XLVI. Martin, who was actively tweeting throughout the game, poked fun at men who may have liked David Beckham’s H&M underwear ads. He wrote that “real bruhs” would not purchase underwear advertised by Beckham, and that people should “smack the ish out” of a male supporter of the ad.