Tuesday, December 31, 2013

Tebow's Gay Baggage ... and a Packer's Denial


Given that he's an evangelical, and that his own pastor is anti-gay, Viv Bernstein asks the question whether it matters to new employer ESPN what Tebow's views on gay issues might be. Read HERE.


And in related news, Aaron Rodgers finally addressed Internet rumors that he is gay today: 
“I’m just going to say I’m not gay,” he said Tuesday on 540 ESPN Milwaukee. “I really, really like women. That’s all I can really say about that.” 
That topic came up when he was asked about the positives and negatives of being a celebrity, to which the Chico native and Cal product talked about the “uncool side” of dealing with “crazy rumors.” 
“There’s always going to be silly stuff out there in the media which you can’t worry too much about, and I don’t,” Rodgers said. “So, just, keep on trucking. I think professional should be professional, and personal is personal.”

2 comments:

Tony W said...

Has ESPN never heard Tebow speak at a press conference??? He's as terrible a public speaker as he is a pro-level QB.

michael radtke said...

Aaron: I'm from MN and I love the Pack!...and you're the greatest for the Pack; but give me a break. How stupid do you think people are? If you're SO secure with your sexuality, why say anything at all? It 'rings' like Tom Cruise, who felt he had to rent a billboard in order to deny he was gay after Kyle Brandon admitted to a relationship.
I think Shakespeare said it best: 'me thinks thou dost protest too much'. (Like, being gay is some sort of plague?)
-Mike

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