Big Brother’s Sam Giffen criticised against for “stereotypical” gay comment
Sam Giffen is in trouble with some viewers again after revealing that he has a problem with gay men acting “stereotypically” gay.
One user even suggested that the housemate “hated being gay” after revealing that he didn’t believe gay men who act “stereotypically gay” were being true to themselves.
Speaking to Andy, Sam said,
“I don’t judge people, but what I do think is sometimes people think just because they are gay they have to act a certain way, because those people expect them to be.
“In certain situations they feel they have to act more stereotypically gay. Each to their own. I think you should be true to yourself and be real.”
One viewer Tweeted,
“Maybe they’re not acting, Sam… Maybe they’re more camp because they feel they can be themselves!”
Does Sam not realise people who come out and become "stereotypically gay" might be being themself for the first time, cause they can? #bbuk
— Jack Wetherill (@JackWetherill) July 3, 2016
Another called him a bad advocate saying,
“This conversation is stupid. Why doesn’t Sam realise that flamboyant queens are being themselves? That is themselves!? Bad advocate.”
was i the only one disgusted by sam's whole 'I don't like gay people who act THIS way' spiel? it was kind of gross #bbuk
— lala (@fknlalas) July 4, 2016
— Mathew Graham (@MdG_89) July 3, 2016
Andy and Sam are bonding over being gay by being homophobic. #bbuk
— lightupvirginmary (@lightupvm) July 3, 2016