Andy Cohen Slams Former ‘Real Housewives Of New Jersey’ Star For Homophobic Language

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Dec. 11 2018, Published 7:07 p.m. ET

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Andy Cohen slammed a former Real Housewives of New Jersey star on Tuesday for saying that “no straight male wants his son to be gay.” Read on for all the details about the former Bravo star’s homophobic tweets.

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Jim Marchese, whose wife Amber appeared on only one season of RHONJ back in 2014, went off on a homophobic rant on Sunday that has continued for two days straight.

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Jim was reacting to Kevin Hart’s controversial past statements about how he did not want his son to turn out gay. Those quotes caused him to back out of hosting the Oscars shortly after securing the gig.

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“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,” Jim tweeted. “Ruins holidays like #Christmas #KevinHart we support you!”

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Andy slammed Jim on Monday night after a fan tweeted him saying, “Thank god you fired them after one season.” Andy responded, “Thank gd (sic) is right. Sick. Pray for his poor kids.”

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The Watch What Happens Live host also mocked Jim in separate tweets posted, writing things like “What a great guy!” and “This is perfectly on brand for him.”

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What are your thoughts on Andy’s response to Jim’s homophobia? Sound off in the comments.


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