either a foxholer or someone i’m close to said this to me:
“When you can admit your truth,
no one can use anything against you.”
we are held captive by our truths or its used to keep us captive to someone else.
when we get into a scandal,
the worst thing we can do is deny something that can easily be proven.
nothing worse than lying and a jackal comes with receipts to shut you down.
if you want to start fresh with the audience,
its always best to be as transparent and honest as possible.
andrew gillum came out today on “the tam’ron hall show” as…
…bisexual and i’m fully allowing it.
the full quote via “cnn“:
“To be very honest with you, when you didn’t ask the question, you put it out there is whether or not I identify as gay. And the answer is I don’t identify as gay, but I do identify as bisexual, and that is something that I have never shared publicly before,” Gillum told journalist Tamron Hall in a candid interview on her eponymously named talk show.
“Everyone believes the absolute worst about that day. At this stage, I don’t have anything else to have to conceal,” Gillum said in the interview. “I literally got broken down to my most bare place, to the place where I wasn’t even sure that I wanted to live. Not because of what I had done but because of everything that was being said about me.”
“What was most hurtful was this belief that I was somehow living a lie in my marriage and in my family. That was the most hurtful to me. Because I believe we are all entitled to mistakes, and I believe we are entitled to those mistakes without having every other respectable and redeeming part of our lives invalidated,” he said, adding that “something else had been assumed” about him based on the incident.
bisexuality is often a taboo sexuality to be for males.
some ignore it exists with males; others believe it isn’t possible.
even if this is a pit stop to being gay,
at least he is owning who he is after such a public downfall.
as gay and bi males in the foxhole…
We should not judge him because at one point,
many of us where were he was.
Having sex and being in relationships with vixens,
even though we had feelings/desires for other males as well.
Many acted on their desires while others lived lies.
if andrew would have went on that show and said,
i’m straight and that wasn’t me on the floor”,
it probably wouldn’t have ended well for him.
since his mask was yoinked off,
and that escorting jackal was probably waiting to drag him,
all he could do was be honest about who he is.
this opens up a door for a whole new journey for andrew.
we’ll possibly meet the real “andrew gillum” along the way.
this is the after show from “the tam’ron hall show” for today:
if anyone has a link to the whole interview,
lowkey: i think the wife already knew tbh.
either they discussed it or she didn’t want to admit it.
article cc: cnn