Gay actor Billy Eichner angrily attacked the Supreme Court and conservative Justice Clarence Thomas as “homophobes” who are stuck in the past during an appearance at the MTV Video Music Awards (VMAs) on Aug. 28.
Eichner made the comments at the Prudential Center in Newark, N.J., as he promoted “Bros,” a movie slated for release at the end of September. Eichner stars in and co-wrote the film, which is centered on a romantic relationship between two men.
“‘Bros’ is making history as the first gay rom-com [romantic comedy] ever made by a major studio and the first where every role is played by an openly LGBTQ actor,” he said. “I need you all there on Sept. 30, because we need to show all the homophobes like Clarence Thomas and all the homophobes on the Supreme Court that we want gay love stories.”…


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