Well, acccording to MediaTakeOut he is.
Reportedly, he came out to ESSENCE magazine according to an email circulating. I love NEYO. Could it be true ... an R&B star with balls? We shall see. But ol' boy is lookin' good in these photos, no doubt. And where did he get that body from?? (full email after the jump)
Update: Publicist for NE-YO flatly denies rumor.
A gorrilla was enjoying a nap by the river one day and was disturbed by splashing water. He sat up and was shocked to see a chimpanzee struggling to catch something. To his surprise the chimp was trying to catch fish.
Now the gorilla was really baffled, because he knew that chimps hated water, and had no use for fish. He became even more amazed as he saw the chimp catch a fish and dash out of the water with a fish in his hands, then run over to a nearby tree and throw the fish high into it. After several hours of this, the gorilla was fed up and was intent on finding out what this madness was all about. "Hey, what in the hell are you doing!" the gorilla yelled out to the chimp.
The tired chimpanzee stopped his labor and panted "Oh my god, help has arrived. Thank you Lord! I'm trying to save these fish from drowning! Come on there's plenty more trapped in there, we don't have much time!"
Without another word said, the gorilla charged into the brush and sought shelter.
MANY A FISH HAVE LOST THEIR LIVES DUE TO THE WELL INTENTIONED, BUT HIGHLY MIS-GUIDED ACTIONS OF A FEW MONKEYS!
The Love was unbelievable.
Our tiny but proud and history-making contingent—marching under the Puerto Rican and Rainbow flags—received nothing but love from the crowd in Jersey City’s Puerto Rican Heritage Pride Festival & Parade this past Sunday.
JCLGO (Jersey City Lesbian & Gay Outreach) was invited to march on short notice, but the honor was the perfect event to kick off Jersey City Pride’s Somewhere Over the Hudson annual event which takes place at Exchange Place on the waterfront of downtown Jersey City, Saturday August 26th.
Having had a love affair with Latino culture all my life, I was proud to lend support in this momentus step forward for same-gender-loving (SGL) people all over the world. I was geared for jeers and contempt … but what we got was love and applause. It was a heartwarming experience, as Walt Boraczek (JCLGO Executive Director) threw rainbow Frisbees into the crowd of gleeful and appreciative spectators … and with only a few looks here and there which were vaguely disparaging, the event was a major success toward erasing the barriers that separate us.
We showed love. They showed love back.
After all, PRIDE only has one voice.
Sweet. ~~ Pics and commentary here.
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