'Queer Eye' Star Karamo Brown Claims His Family Received Death Threats After He Supported Sean Spicer

'Queer Eye' Star Karamo Brown Claims His Family Received Death Threats After He Supported Sean Spicer
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'Queer Eye' star Karamo Brown is claiming that his family received death threats after he defended fellow 'Dancing With The Stars' Contestant, former White House Press Secetary, Sean Spicer. As The Hill reports:

"Queer Eye" star Karamo Brown says his family started receiving death threats after he defended fellow "Dancing With the Stars" contestant Sean Spicer, President Trump's former press secretary.

"The minute that my son started getting death threats was the worst moment for me because a lot of it wasn't coming from the other side, it was coming from my own side," Brown said Wednesday on BuzzFeed News's "AM2DM."

"It hurt my heart — I'm kind of getting emotional now — because I just never thought in my heart that people would look at me, and think as a black, gay man living in America, that I was somehow part of the enemy," he added.

 

Brown made headlines in August after controversy erupted over former Trump spokesman Spicer being named one of the celebrity contestants on ABC's dancing competition.


Brown was removed from the competition after last week's show, while Spicer has continued on victoriously.
 
 Source: American Update

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