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NBA star Rajon Rondo is under fire after hurling a homophobic slur at a NBA referee earlier this month. Rondo was ejected from a game on December 3rd in Mexico City after calling Bill Kennedy a “faggot.” He was also suspended for a game by the Sacramento Kings.

“You’re a motherf*cking f*ggot,” he reportedly screamed at Kennedy, adding “You’re a f*ggott, Billy.”

Rondo took to social media on Monday to apologize, tweeting:

Rondo’s homophobic rant led Kennedy to make this surprise announcement to Yahoo Sports’ Adrian Wojnarowski.

“I am proud to be an NBA referee and I am proud to be a gay man. I am following in the footsteps of others who have self-identified in the hopes that will send a message to young men and women in sports that you must allow no one to make you feel ashamed of who you are.”

While Rondo is the first player suspended for using a gay slur, he isn’t the first player to use it. Chicago Bulls star Joakim Noah and Los Angeles Lakers legend Kobe Bryant were both fined in 2011 for using the slur.


Prenup For What? The Real Reason Prince Harry Doesn’t Need Meghan Markle To Sign On The Dotted Line



Prince Harry and Meghan Markle are keeping the fairytale alive by forgoing a prenup … but this might not be as romantic as it sounds.

According to a source, Harry believes his marriage to Meghan will last forever and there’s no reason to safeguard his £30 million fortune. “There was never any question in Harry’s mind that he would sign a prenup,” one of his “friends” told DailyMail. “He’s determined that his marriage will be a lasting one, so there’s no need for him to sign anything.”

Awww, that’s beautiful … but the gag is, even if Markle signed a prenup it wouldn’t mean much. Unfortunately, prenups are not legally enforceable in the UK. However, they are increasingly taken into account during divorce cases, so at least there’s that.

Also, Prince Harry isn’t the first to take this route. His big brother Prince William made the same move when he married Kate Middleton. In addition, their mother, Princess Diana, didn’t have a prenup either. Consequently, she had to fight tooth and nail to get her £17 million settlement when she divorced Prince Charles.

Hopefully, the royal couple’s union will be one that last a lifetime. Prince Harry and Meghan Markle are set to wed on May 19th at Windsor Castle in England.

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