Dog The Bounty Hunter goes On Homophobic Rant, Says ‘God Made Adam and Eve… Not Adam and Steve’

Photo Credit: Instagram/ Duane Chapman

Duane Chapman famously known as Dog the Bounty Hunter had a lot to get off his chest about the LGBTQ+ community during a recent interview with podcast host Sharell Barrera, TMZ reported. 

The former reality tv star appeared on the show Tuesday with his wife, Francie, where they discussed faith and religion. The host, Barrera, who reportedly owns an online Christian ministry, brought forth the topic of LGBTQ+ kids expressing their sexuality.

 Dog shared his opinion on the matter when he said

“Jesus was not a sissy”

— and that we don’t need any more

“sissy men.”

He went on to say,

“God made Adam and Eve … not Adam and Steve.”

He also said,

“Anyone who was ‘coming for your children’ would have to get past Jesus’ blood and shotgun shells first.”

reports state. 

Dog was hit with a $1.3 million lawsuit in 2019 for allegedly making

“racist and homophobic comments,”

according to the Toronto Sun. 

“Defendant is a disgraced reality TV star who was fired by Plaintiff after his company discovered that the Defendant had used racial epithets to attack Black teenage Black Lives Matter Activists,”

according to the reported court documents.

“Plaintiff’s investigation into the allegations of racial epithets also uncovered illegal activity,”

the suit reportedly states, adding that Chapman

“resorts to tired homophobic tropes, calling one of the openly gay Plaintiff ‘daddy’ in a mocking manner and making a vile and disgusting implication using the words ‘little boys’ and ‘daddy’ together.”

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