Celebrities love to hide behind freedom of speech when it comes to everything gay, but sometimes their comments and behavior can rub people the wrong way and that's when isht gets real. Here are 9 celebs accused of being homophobic.
Busta Rhymes Busta busted into a burger joint around 6 a.m. and demanded he skip the line to get his burger. When the employees wouldn't comply he called the delivery driver a "f*g" multiple times.
Alec Baldwin Alec went off on a member of the paparazzi and called him a "f**king f*g". MSNBC cancelled his late night show after the homophobic slurs.
Chris Brown Chris said "I'm not into that gay s**t, I'm into boxing" before he put them paws on a guy who photobombed his picture in Washington D.C. He also called Frank Ocean a "f****t" and almost got charged with a hate crime for catching fade with him.
Evander Holyfield Evander said being gay is a "handicap" and can be "fixed." His son came to his defense by saying he luh the gays and is the most loving, caring person you will ever met. Yeah, aight....
Phil Robertson In a GQ interview, Phil compared homosexuality with beastiality saying a woman's vajajay was more desirable than a man's anus. A&E suspended the "Duck Dynasty" star, but eventually lifted the suspension.
Ann Coulter Ann defended Phil's comments and said the good book does say sex between two men is a sin.
Donnie McClurkin The gospel singer, who said God cured him of the "curse of homosexuality" and can cure others was uninvited to the 50th anniversary of the March on Washington because of his homophobic believes.