Queerty is better as a member
I don’t know who’s the bigger ghoul for capitalizing on this tragedy: Katz, the Enquirer, or Queerty.
What part of the “peace” part do you not understand in “Rest in Peace”?
Shouldn’t that “correction” be at the top of the page?
A@yaoming: or better yet, shouldn’t the post have been deleted. It’s all a fabrication. What’s the point of having this on the homepage? Damn Queerty, I didn’t know you was classless like dat.
Yes, because once again, the most horrible thing that BJ can ever imagine is that somebody might be called “Gay”.
As for the Enquirer, if you are going to make up a story, you may want to stop using phrases like “we were homosexual lovers, we had a relationship,” No gay guy is going to use that terminology, the only people that would are Mormon bishops.
In opposition to the other posters here, my gaydar always redlined when I watched Seymour Phillip Hoffman and I was stunned to find out that he had been married and had kids. I am not saying that the Enquirer story is true or not, just that he always struck me as being gay.
I said this was part of it….
it wasn’t a huge secret on Broadway….
Did no one even read this story. Katz denied it and The Enquirer made it up. End of story.
“He wanted heroin and the gay life” I thought circuit boys into PnP are mainly on crystal meth to shed pounds and remove inhibitions when they turn into cum-buckets at basement parties? Don’t tell me Chelsea is switching to heroin. :(
I hope Katz does take legal action. While he’s at it, he should try and make Queerty take down the article for helping to spread lies about him and Hoffman.
Really…. who say “homosexual lovers” any more? that’s so 70′s….
Anyone who believes anything they read in the National Enquirer can’t read.
SHAME ON QUEERTY
Katz has already moved forward with preparing a lawsuit against the Enquirer for printing this.
Now Queerty’s newsletter shows up in my email touting the same thing.
You could have checked YESTERDAY’S Huffington Post.
Queerty, you can do better than this. Seriously.
A talented and revered artist recently dies and you float a story that he was cheating on his partner.
Stay classy Queerty.
The thought is revolting.
Remember, the Enquirer broke the John Edwards story when no other paper believed it and were nominated for Pullitzer for investigative journalism.
They were also right about Clay Aiken, Ricky Martin, Rosie O’Donnell, etc… so just saying that “It’s the Enquirer” doesn’t negate the story.
@Cam: If you fire a thousand shots, you are bound to hit the target eventually. Given their track records, it’s still pretty safe to discount anything they say until it becomes public knowledge through a legitimate news source.
the guy mentioned has already called bullshit on the enquirer and said he is going to sue sue sue them
@Caleb in SC:
I pointed out multiple stories that were accurate, and a study said their accuracy was on par with the major newspapers. Where are the stats for their not being accurate most of the time?
Ironically, I’m defending their overall reputation, but I think this story sounds fishy.
@Caleb in SC: Can’t believe we have to discuss the credibility of the National Enquirer but they did break the story of John Edwards cheating scandal.
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