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Marc Jacobs and Hottie Porn Star Boyfriend is over

Well just when you thought this couple was the cutest thing. A shattered picture on Instagram pops up letting us know that its OVER.

I guess this is what happens when you have a super talented designer for a boyfriend. Chile he should have just traveled with him and called it a day. I guess he rather have sex with strangers and make money than be a Kepted JUDY!

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SASSY BOYS OF ATLANTA SIZZLER

Lawd let the gates open and the HOTTEST TEA ever to be spilled on The Gag and The Tea. I hope you all are ready for this. It just seem like Atlanta is the hot spot for shows and those Atlantans are not afraid to let it all hang out. I have looked at the teaser and all I can say is I almost can’t wait to see it. I know they are shopping this show to networks and if the networks are smart they will pick it up. I can see VH1 or TVone picking this up. We will see until then meet the cast and look at this sizzle you will leave with your mouth dangling OPEN.

Meet The Cast :

Antron:
is the Poet, Songwriter, Palywright, Hiv/Aids Activist, Visual Artist

Justin:
Juggles Work, Fatherhood, and relationship

Kali Mysteek:
A up and coming fashion wardrobe stylist, who’s trying to make a name for himself in atlanta, while navigating thru the dating scene.

Paul:
A struggling entrepreneur who often makes the wrong choices in friends, relationships, and life. Hoping to get it right he’s making some changes.

LaBaeasia:
Has a bigger than life personality but is trying to find balance and happiness while transitioning into a woman.

Yarrill:
Is a personal fashion specialist. Sophisticated and petite, he takes pride in being skinny and having an amazing style. Founder & CEO of CHLOE RICH SHOES.

LaThomas:


Is a Vocalist, Vocal producer, dancer/choreographer, vocal and stage coach, songwriter, actor, image consultant,artist developer, but outside of all that he’s a perfectionist, friend, lover and confidant.

Cory:
Handsome witty and exciting combined with a passion to work hard and play harder. Cory is a burst of great energy. Due to a scorned past, his nonchalant approach to relationships are fostered with an inner desire to give love.

Africa:
He is a college student who loves to travel. I guess this means he is not working on no ones job.

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Chik-fil-A needs to get it together!!!!

Now Chick-fil-A has lost their mind. First you don’t like gay people and now you don’t care for black people. This is a absolute PICKLE.
After a record setting sales day last week, Chick-fil-A President and Chief Operating Officer Dan Cathy has realized that hatred and bigotry are extremely profitable in the United States. While hundreds of people stood in line to “celebrate” the Chick-fil-A Appreciation Day and show their support for Cathy’s anti-gay agenda, Cathy was already considering his next move. According to a senior level manager, Cathy is planning a marketing campaign around his next controversial and extremely profitable statement. Cathy considered many targets that would appeal to his primarily southern-based conservative customers before ultimately saying the following:

“Let’s milk this for all its worth. Let’s wait until this gay thing dies down a little, then I will release another statement that says that we don’t like blacks either. Now, they’re protected by those stupid discrimination laws so we’ll need to be careful, but I think it will work. I mean hey, it’s not like it’s a lie. We’ll have another Chick-Fil-A Appreciation Day before you know it!”

When confronted, Cathy defended his comments:

“We are a private company with a deeply personal belief system. We are lucky to live in a country where we are allowed to practice those beliefs. We abide by all of the discrimination laws and we welcome colored folk in our restaurants. I even hire them to work in my restaurants. We do not discriminate against anyone because of their color. However, if I’m being honest, we really don’t care for them. That is my opinion and I have a right to express it.”

While Mr. Cathy does have a right to his opinion, his statement is sure to spark an outcry from the African American community, people who believe in equality and anyone with a modicum of intelligence. However, according to the Southern Poverty Law Center, “the number of radical hate groups and militias has exploded in recent years” so he will likely find himself again with many supporters. In fact, “the number of radical ‘anti-government’ militia groups increased from 150 to 1,274 during the years of the Obama presidency. There have been more homegrown domestic terrorism attacks by right-wing groups than by international terrorists during his presidency as well…. [There’s] a generalized feeling that ‘this is not the country my Christian white forefathers built. We’ve got to take this country back.’” Since the vast majority of these groups are made up of right-wing conservatives, Cathy’s latest campaign will successfully establish Chick-fil-A as the official sponsor for right-wing hate groups.
According to our source, Cathy ultimately chose to focus his hate on African Americans after considering and dismissing a promotion that would put actual AK-47s in their Kid’s Meals. According to Cathy, “We wouldn’t want some of those kids to have them.” He also considered a “Muppets promote interspecies relationships” promotion but was afraid of potential lawsuits. Cathy is continuing his plans to unveil a new campaign every few months with future targets including “liberals and people of Asian, Hispanic and Arabic descent”. Apparently there is a lot of hate in the U.S.A. and Cathy plans to “milk” every last drop.

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Jason Collins, Comes out the Closet

Well this is history in the making. There has been s many talks about a professional Athlete was going to come to say that they were Gay and it was going to be a big deal. Well it has happen and this is what Jason Collins has to say about his story and his life. Congrats to you Jason Collins for not hiding your lifestyle anymore. Everybody needs to be free of who they are!


I’m a 34-year-old NBA center. I’m black. And I’m gay.
I didn’t set out to be the first openly gay athlete playing in a major American team sport. But since I am, I’m happy to start the conversation. I wish I wasn’t the kid in the classroom raising his hand and saying, “I’m different.” If I had my way, someone else would have already done this. Nobody has, which is why I’m raising my hand.
My journey of self-discovery and self-acknowledgement began in my hometown of Los Angeles and has taken me through two state high school championships, the NCAA Final Four and the Elite Eight, and nine playoffs in 12 NBA seasons.
I’ve played for six pro teams and have appeared in two NBA Finals. Ever heard of a parlor game called Three Degrees of Jason Collins? If you’re in the league, and I haven’t been your teammate, I surely have been one of your teammates’ teammates. Or one of your teammates’ teammates’ teammates.
Now I’m a free agent, literally and figuratively. I’ve reached that enviable state in life in which I can do pretty much what I want. And what I want is to continue to play basketball. I still love the game, and I still have something to offer. My coaches and teammates recognize that. At the same time, I want to be genuine and authentic and truthful.

Jason Collins
Jason Collins played with the Celtics and Wizards this season, his 12th in the NBA.
Andrew D. Bernstein/NBAE via Getty Images

Why am I coming out now? Well, I started thinking about this in 2011 during the NBA player lockout. I’m a creature of routine. When the regular season ends I immediately dedicate myself to getting game ready for the opener of the next campaign in the fall.
But the lockout wreaked havoc on my habits and forced me to confront who I really am and what I really want. With the season delayed, I trained and worked out. But I lacked the distraction that basketball had always provided.
The first relative I came out to was my aunt Teri, a superior court judge in San Francisco. Her reaction surprised me. “I’ve known you were gay for years,” she said. From that moment on I was comfortable in my own skin. In her presence I ignored my censor button for the first time. She gave me support. The relief I felt was a sweet release. Imagine you’re in the oven, baking. Some of us know and accept our sexuality right away and some need more time to cook. I should know — I baked for 33 years.
When I was younger I dated women. I even got engaged. I thought I had to live a certain way. I thought I needed to marry a woman and raise kids with her. I kept telling myself the sky was red, but I always knew it was blue.
I realized I needed to go public when Joe Kennedy, my old roommate at Stanford and now a Massachusetts congressman, told me he had just marched in Boston’s 2012 Gay Pride Parade. I’m seldom jealous of others, but hearing what Joe had done filled me with envy. I was proud of him for participating but angry that as a closeted gay man I couldn’t even cheer my straight friend on as a spectator. If I’d been questioned, I would have concocted half truths. What a shame to have to lie at a celebration of pride. I want to do the right thing and not hide anymore. I want to march for tolerance, acceptance and understanding. I want to take a stand and say, “Me, too.”
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Imagine you’re in the oven, baking. Some of us know and accept our sexuality right away and some need more time to cook. I should know – I baked for 33 years.

The recent Boston Marathon bombing reinforced the notion that I shouldn’t wait for the circumstances of my coming out to be perfect. Things can change in an instant, so why not live truthfully? When I told Joe a few weeks ago that I was gay, he was grateful that I trusted him. He asked me to join him in 2013. We’ll be marching on June 8.
No one wants to live in fear. I’ve always been scared of saying the wrong thing. I don’t sleep well. I never have. But each time I tell another person, I feel stronger and sleep a little more soundly. It takes an enormous amount of energy to guard such a big secret. I’ve endured years of misery and gone to enormous lengths to live a lie. I was certain that my world would fall apart if anyone knew. And yet when I acknowledged my sexuality I felt whole for the first time. I still had the same sense of humor, I still had the same mannerisms and my friends still had my back.
Believe it or not, my family has had bigger shocks. Strange as it seems today, my parents expected only one child in 1978. Me. When I came out (for the first time) the doctors congratulated my mother on her healthy, seven-pound, one-ounce baby boy. “Wait!” said a nurse. “Here comes another one!” The other one, who arrived eight minutes later and three ounces heavier, was Jarron. He’s followed me ever since, to Stanford and to the NBA, and as the ever-so-slightly older brother I’ve looked out for him.
I had a happy childhood in the suburbs of L.A. My parents instilled in us an appreciation of history, art and, most important, Motown. Jarron and I weren’t allowed to listen to rap until we were 12. After our birthday I dashed to Target and bought DJ Quik’s album Quik Is the Name. I memorized every line. It was around this time that I began noticing subtle differences between Jarron and me. Our twinness was no longer synchronized. I couldn’t identify with his attraction to girls.
I feel blessed that I recognized my own attractions. Though I resisted my impulses through high school, I knew that when I was ready I had someone to turn to: my uncle Mark in New York. I knew we could talk without judgment, and we did last summer. Uncle Mark is gay. He and his partner have been in a stable relationship forever. For a confused young boy, I can think of no better role model of love and compassion.
I didn’t come out to my brother until last summer. His reaction to my breakfast revelation was radically different from Aunt Teri’s. He was downright astounded. He never suspected. So much for twin telepathy. But by dinner that night, he was full of brotherly love. For the first time in our lives, he wanted to step in and protect me. via +Sports Illustrated

http://www.thegagandthetea.blogspot.com/2013/04/nfl-player-might-be-coming-out-closet.html

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Is Kerry Rhodes Gay? Is this Fruit his Gay Lover?

Chile all I have to say is, I know this little fruit that is prancing around on these videos is dating Kerry Rhodes. Hunnie he looks a little dusty and he needs to get that voice fixed. I just can’t with this fruitloop.
It shouldn’t matter if Kerry Rhodes is gay or not, but when Rhodes came out publicly and said he wasn’t gay, he opened a Pandora’s box. In the new age of Skip media, people are going to be in your business.
There is nothing you can do to stop it, if you sneeze the wrong way, someone is going to write a story about it. There is a right way and wrong way to handle these situations.
The right way, is how Chris and Adrienne Bosh handled things when Lil Wayne and others tried to slander Adrienne’s reputation. They didn’t say anything, they kept living their lives and eventually people moved on. These days people have short attention spans, so if you just ignore them, they will find a new target to engage.The wrong way, is to do with Kerry Rhodes did and issue a flat denial. The reason being, now people are going to go searching, for a way to expose you as a liar, even if you are telling the truth.


Here is the link to Kerry Rhodes gay lover Russel Hollywood Jackson reality show he is shopping around to major networks

Well to be honest I will not watch this foolery, for one he is not interesting plus he looks like he is only 21 and acts very childish. He needs to find a closet to get into!
Well pictures don’t lie, There is something going on with him and that fruit snack! Dang!
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The LA Complex Cancelled



“The LA Complex” has been cancelled! Due to what is considered low ratings, the drama series we grew a love hate relationship with Kaldrick Kin only 351,000 viewers for it CTV debut last January. Any critical interest and acclaim the show received was mostly centered around the character of Kal (Andra Fuller), a closeted gay rapper struggling desperately to keep his secret. In the season @ finale, Kals father’s death inspired him to come out in a scene inspired by Frank Ocean’s Confessional Blog Post. Chile now that is a straight up Pickle. No word if The CW plans to continue with a third season.

This makes another good show being cancelled due to low ratings. I think if you have not seen it you need to try to watch it to see what you are missing.

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