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Mon 20 Jun, 2011
By Sam Bristowe

People enjoyed last night! I'm guessing you're gay? And my masculinity offended you? Well f*** you!

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Once loveable Cee-Lo Green has come under fire after being the next artist to use the social networking site Twitter to send out a homophobic message.

Green came under scrutiny after he sent out an anti-gay tweet ine response to a music editor who gave him a negative review about his performance with Rihanna in the US last Friday.

The stars tweet read: "I respect your criticism, but be fair! People enjoyed last night!

I'm guessing you're gay? And my masculinity offended you? Well f*** you!"

Following the uproar caused by his spur of the moment tweet he has since released a formal apology for his actions.

His statement read: "She was very critical of me. At the time I didn't even know what gender the person was. I was being a little outspoken that night, a little outrageous. I always expect people to assume that everything I do is part of my character and sense of humor. I assumed that whoever it was would assume it was all in good fun. It wasn't taken so well, apparently.

I most certainly am not harboring any sort of negative feeling toward the gay community. I don't have an opinion on people with different religious, sexual or political preferences.

I'm one of the most liberal artists that I think you will ever meet, and I pride myself on that. Two of the remaining members that I have on my team on The Voice are proud and outspokenly gay. We just did a team performance of 'Everyday People,' and I picked that song for us to do specifically to highlight how we can get along even though we’re so different."


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