Love & Hip Hop Atlanta's Prince Carter made headlines last month when news of his casting as part of the show's first gay male couple broke. But one major site ignored the story -- and now Prince is claiming that it's their anti-gay bias that kept him off the site. An anonymous source provided us with texts that appear to support Prince's claim.
The Love & Hip Hop franchise, already one of the more high-profile in reality TV in terms of its casting of gay people, is about to establish another first. Zachary Jones and Prince Carter, transplants to Atlanta from the Washington DC area, are set to become the first gay male couple on LHHATL when the show's eighth season drops next year.
Jaquae from LHHNY Season 8 is about to get himself a lot more screentime! His ex-girlfriends Kiyanne and Sophia Body spilled all his tea, claiming Jaquae is secretly gay -- and, according to Kiyanne, he's lying to himself about it the same way he lied to her when they were together. Read on for the receipts!
Ever since her LHHATL debut, Tokyo Vanity has inspired a flood of questions -- some curious, others nasty -- about her sexuality and whether Tabius Tate is really her boyfriend. Is Tokyo Vanity gay? Is she really a virgin? Tokyo answered those questions for us, explaining that she hasn't got the patience for people
Former Counting On participant Derick Dillard is attempting to make nice after lashing out at TLC stars Nate Berkus and Jeremiah Brent with a string of widely condemned tweets. Derick claimed he "loves all people" after getting trashed on national television by the hosts of The View -- but his followers aren't taking Derick's words at face value.
After several relatively quiet months following his firing from TLC's Counting On, Derick Dillard's homophobia has raised its ugly head again. This time, the subjects of Derick's attention are Nate Berkus and Jeremiah Brent, the stars of TLC hit Nate and Jeremiah By Design -- along with the network itself, which Derick claims is just one more piece of the vast "liberal agenda."
Kevin Spacey put to rest long-standing rumors about his sexuality in a single midnight tweet following a sexual harassment claim against him. Actor Anthony Rapp, best-known for his starring role in the original cast of Rent and for his current role on Star Trek: Discovery, accused Spacey of making a sexual advance against him in 1986, when Spacey was 26 years old and Rapp just 14. UPDATE – Other celebrities are dragging Spacey for using his coming-out statement as a distraction from Rapp's allegations. (Or, as Wanda Sykes put it, for "hiding behind the rainbow.") See what they have to say...