TV star Ryan Sampson, best known for his role in the comedy, Plebs has come out in an Instagram post where he revealed that somebody tried to engage him in "homophobic banter".

And showing off his boyfriend…

Boom and boom! TV star Ryan Sampson, best known for his role in the comedy, Plebs has come out in an Instagram post where he revealed that somebody tried to engage him in “homophobic banter”.

The star decided the best way to deal with the message was to come out and at the same time reveal his boyfriend. He wrote, “Hi y’all. So. I was on Instagram and I looked at my direct messages and it turned out someone was trying to rope me in to some (pretty creaky) homophobic banter. Huh! So, for clarity, here’s a pic of me and the boyf. Just to, y’know… straighten that one out. As it were”.

Fans were quick so show their appreciation of the couple, One fan wrote, “How gorgeous are you two together! Go, Ryan! As for your reply, I feel sad you’ve had to do this to try and shut someone up. It’s your life, live it love it, enjoy that beautiful boyfriend of yours and forget the bigots with empty lives.”



Another continued, “How gorgeous you two are! Can I make you matching hats? Taught myself to crochet so they might be ready for next winter. Would defo suit you! Love to you both. Hope you’re long in love.”

Another person tweeted, “You two look bloody lovely. Now show us the rest of him not hiding behind your huge muscles”.



Ryan is also known for playing numerous roles in the comedy sketch show Glitchy. He also starred in the Netflix hit The Crown and two episodes of Doctor Who.

 

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