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Tyson Beckford Defends LGBTs Against Kim Kardashian, But He's Not Gay, Okay?

Tyson Beckford Defends LGBTs Against Kim K., But He's Not Gay, Okay?

Tyson Beckford Defends LGBTs Against Kim K., But He's Not Gay, Okay?

"I support LGBTQ, even though I’m not gay. It’s just the human thing to do."

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In a petty feud where reality TV personality Kim Kardashian clapped back at Tyson Beckford with homophobia after he body-shamed her, the male model is asserting his support for the LGBT community—which he's definitely not a member of, okay?

(Uhhh, is Beckford saying he's the LGBT superhero?)

In case you missed it, Beckford commented on a photo of Kim's body, stating "Sorry, I don’t care for it personally. She is not real. The doctor fucked up on her right hip," with an accompanying vomit emoji. 

"Sis, we all know why you don’t care for it," she responded along with an emoji-version of the Kermit the Frog "sipping tea" meme, insinuating that Beckford (who has a number of public straight relationships) was gay.

What a great burn! Said no one. Calling someone gay as an insult hasn't been cool since Hillary Duff told us to knock it off.

"Despite what @theshaderoom might be tryna say, my opinion on women who do plastic surgery stays the same, not for me! I personally don't care for it! Done end of story!" Beckford declared on his Instagram stories recently. "Always gonna pick a Beyoncé over anyone else."

We highly doubt Beyoncé would even be interested in a man who mocks women's bodies on the internet (and we all know how she feels about Kim). But dream big, Tyson.

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Ariel Sobel

Ariel is a slam poet turned screenwriter. Born with her heart bleeding down her sleeve, she makes the personal professional, especially in her TED Talk, “Losing My Artistic License.” See more on arielsobel.com.

Ariel is a slam poet turned screenwriter. Born with her heart bleeding down her sleeve, she makes the personal professional, especially in her TED Talk, “Losing My Artistic License.” See more on arielsobel.com.