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Andy Cohen calls former 'Real Housewives of New Jersey' star 'sick' after homophobic tweets

The former 'Real Housewives of New Jersey' star was fired from the reality TV show after season one

2018-12-12

Words: Steve Brown

Andy Cohen has called former Real Housewives of New Jersey star James Marchese ‘sick’ after he made vile, homophobic comments on Twitter.

Marchese – who was fired from the reality TV show after season one – took to Twitter following Kevin Hart’s firing as the Oscars host after past homophobic tweets surfaced.

The former reality TV star defended the comedian – who once joked that he would do everything he could to stop his on being gay – and Marchese said having a gay child “ruins” holidays and family traditions.

He tweeted: “So true NO STRAIGHT MALE wants his son to be gay. A gay son is a curse that takes away your #family traditions #heritage #lgtbiq is a a parents nightmare that destroys families.

“Ruins holidays like #Christmas #KevinHart we support you! #LiberalismIsAMentalDisorder”

After people criticised the former TV star about his comments, he continued his vile rant claiming that no one is born gay and is a lifestyle choice like being vegan.

He continued: “First: bigots are intolerant of others opinions. The comments below prove you are all bigots.

“Second, not one comment from a straight male who has sons.

“Third; Europe is importing muslim men because #lgtbiq has caused a crisis due to lack of children being born."

“For those pushing #LGTBIQ agenda show me a single credible study which links genetics.

“Being gay is a physical act derived in sexual deviance by definition.

“No one is born gay it is a lifestyle choice like being vegan. Get over it. You are #FakeNews”

 Cohen – who is the creator of the show and the first openly gay host on a US chat show – responded to a fan who tagged him in Marchese’s tweets.

The former Attitude cover star called his former employee ‘sick’ and said he would ‘pray for his poor kids’.

He wrote: “Thank gd is right. Sick. Pray for his poor kids.”