Also circulated on social media, a passage from his comedyshow Seriously Funny (2010). Therein he said: “One of my biggest fears is that my son is gay. I am not a homophobe. Do what you want, be happy. But I, as a heterosexual man, if I can prevent that my son is gay, then I’ll do that.”
That tweet deleted the comedian, but on his own timeline and still find messages in which he ’gay’ as a term of abuse used. The American LHTBQ-rights organization GLAAD asked for clarification at Kevin, his management and the channel ABC, that the comedian earlier this week designated as a presenter of the presentation of the Oscars coming February.
In a Instagrampost declared Kevin the critics Thursday for crazy. “I swear to you, the world is going crazy, and I’m going to not allow it to frustrate,” said the comedian. He doesn’t believe that the tweets from eight years ago, him charged need to be. “I’m almost forty years old, if you do not believe that people change, grow and develop as they get older, then I dont know what I can tell you.” In the caption informs Kevin that he is “of everyone” and he ended with: “If you don’t believe, then is that to yourself.”