CNN anchor and Atlanta gay Don Lemon isn’t shy about his sexual orientation, being molested or accusations that he’s a big racist. But on Wednesday, he nearly told his viewers that he’s a big ‘mo, too.
Maybe it’s all that talk of gladiators, babies and holigays that pushed Lemon to almost let the homo slip out as he anchored a CNN broadcast on Wednesday. Go ahead, Don, let it loose. Your matter-of-fact approach to the issue will be refreshing.
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