Worst homophobic celebrity statements

Due to significant shift in global social and political attitude, growing number of countries recognize same love marriage and gay rights have advanced in today’s society. However, there will always be people who have negative feelings toward homosexuality and homophobia can even be seen among celebrities. Here are some of the famous people who expressed homophobic attitudes.

50 Cent








50 Cent has come under fire in recent years for homophobic tweets. Shortly after a string of gay teen suicides in 2010, he tweeted, “If you a man and your 25 and you don’t eat p—y just kill yourself damn it. The world will be a better place. Lol.” In response to an insult by Perez Hilton later that year 50 Cent tweeted, “Perez Hilton called me a douchebag so I had my homie shoot up a gay wedding. Wasn’t his but still made me feel better.” However, the rapper has since expressed that he has no problems with gay people and even admitted that his mom was a lesbian.









The Emmy-winning actor is no stranger to controversy, but his Twitter rant last year against Daily Mail writer George Stark went too far. Stark made some accusations—that turned out to be false—in his story about Baldwin’s wife Hilaria, tweeting during James Gandolfini’s funeral, but that doesn’t really excuse what followed. “I’m gonna find you, George Stark, you toxic little queen, and I’m gonna fu*k… you… up,” tweeted Baldwin, later adding, “If put my foot up your fu**ing ass, George Stark, but I’m sure you’d dig it too much.”

Tracy Morgan

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On June 3, 2011, Tracy Morgan performed a comedy routine in Nashville, Tennessee. He went on an anti-gay riff, saying among other things he would stab his son if he told Morgan he was gay. Additionally, during the show, he said homosexuals need to toughen up about insignificant things like bullying.

Paris Hilton








The hotel heiress apparently claimed that “Gay guys are the horniest people in the world…they’re disgusting. Dude, most of them probably have AIDS.”

Mel Gibson








In an interview with the Spanish newspaper El Pais, Gibson said, “Homosexuals take it up the ass.  This is only for taking a s**t.”  He added, “I became an actor despite that.  But with this look, who’s going to think I’m gay?  It would be hard to take me for someone like that.  Do I sound like a homosexual?  Do I talk like them?  Do I move like them?”









The rapper has faced numerous accusations of homophobia over the last decade. The most prominent reason for these claims come from his lyrics, which commonly use the word f—ot viewed by many as a derogatory slur toward gays. Eminem has frequently denied any hatred toward homosexuals, and claims his lyrics are satirical.

Isaiah Washington








Former Grey’s Anatomy star Isaiah Washington came under fire in October 2006 when a story leaked that he had called his gay co-star T.R. Knight a f—ot. Washington insisted that he never called Knight such a thing but instead used the term in an on-set argument with his other co-star Patrick Dempsey, telling Dempsey to stop treating him “like a f—ot.” Still, Washington issued an apology but only seemed to make things worse in interviews on the controversy. On the red carpet for the Golden Globes, Washington sarcastically joked, “I love gay, I wanted to be gay, please let me be gay,” according to Access Hollywood He was fired from Grey’s Anatomy in June 2007.

Victoria Jackson

Victoria Jackson







The former Saturday Night Live star sparked national furor when she slammed the hit show Glee after it featured a kiss between two gay characters in a column for WorldNetDaily. In the column, Jackson wrote: “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?” She later appeared on Showbiz Tonight to clarify her thoughts. “Well, it doesn’t matter what I think,” Jackson said. “What matters is what the Bible says. And I’m really concerned about our country because immorality is, well, let’s see: secular humanism rules the airwaves, and it’s stealing the innocence away from this whole generation of children. My daughter is a teenager and I can’t find any show that she can watch.”


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