Comment of the Day: Aiken stalls on OCD Road

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imageFans of the Gayken are second only to the lovers of Glambert in their blind devotion to their “Idol” alum and gay singer. Our post on Clay Aiken coming to Atlanta heated up the Claymates and prompted one of the sane ones to offer some sage advice.

Leslie Frankson had this for the Claymates:

And others just need to get a life. It’s Clay Aiken, not Ghandi people. He doesn’t deserve this kind of blind devotion. Reading these comments is an entertaining stroll near the corner of OCD Road and Move Along Avenue.

Other Claymates — the not so sane ones — called us childish and bigots and — gasp! — questioned our credibility. One guest even took a shot at Adam Lambert. We love a good ‘Idol’ bitch fight.

I also don’t think he would lower himself to the standards of the other alum that showed up in your little Southern enclave. The Biltmore Estates in Asheville is classy.


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