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Mickey Rourke Blasts Manny Pacquiao, Says He’s A “Little Bit Gay”

by Jeremy Kinser February 22, 2016

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Video of actor and retired boxer Mickey Rourke calling out Manny Pacquiao’s antigay comments has been posted by TMZ.

Last week, the celebrated boxer came under considerable fire — and lost a lucrative contract with Nike — for stating that animals are better than gay people “because they recognize gender differences,” and “if you have male-to-male or female-to-female (relationships), then [gay] people are worse than animals.”

Related: Manny Pacquiao Posts Violently Antigay Biblical Verse On Instagram, Other Athletes Respond

Asked what he felt about these comments, Rourke responded, “I think they were wrong and out of place. And I think that we all gotta watch what we say… That was from the Old Testament, so you got to give him a little bit of room. I got a lot of gay friends… I’m a little bit gay myself.”

To demonstrate this point, he then makes the impromptu decision to kiss a man standing nearby.

Watch the video below.

H/t: LGBTQ Nation




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