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02 October 2006

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Alan T

He said he was sorry, no need to hold it against him. At least he was been gay-friendlty and supportive before.

George B.

The DJ sounds silly.
Wasn't Rio in a commercial or billboard to end homophobia?

Crisp

I, too, see no need to hold it against him. He apologized right away, and to be honest, I think the interviewer was baiting him to a degree. Would he have asked Mike Tyson that question?

Crisp

....And he's too cute to not be forgiven.

Shabaka

It's interesting how different cultures deal with certain things in different ways. I don't see any interviewer ask such questions to an american pro-athlete.
Rio is just another victim of cheap tabloid attempt to rely on sensationalism to increase their circulation. The last thing the guy would be described as is a bigot!

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