In a recent interview, Dog the Bounty Hunter, widely known for his reality TV fame, sparked a firestorm of controversy with a series of comments that were both provocative and discriminatory, Your Content has learned.
During the conversation, which initially revolved around faith and religion, Dog turned his attention to the LGBTQ+ community.
Hosted by Sharell Barrera, an individual associated with an online Christian ministry, the interview took an unexpected turn when the subject of transgender children and LGBTQ+ youth expressing their sexual orientations arose.
Without hesitation, Dog voiced his belief that society must eradicate such behaviors, asserting that “Jesus was not a sissy” and adamantly expressing his disapproval of “sissy men.”
As the conversation delved into the significance of the month of June, Dog further proclaimed, “The pride comes before the fall.” Continuing his tirade, he directed his focus toward same-sex relationships, particularly among men, and resorted to the outdated phrase, “God made Adam and Eve… not Adam and Steve.”
Adding fuel to the fire, Dog stated that anyone who posed a threat to children would have to overcome both the protective power of Jesus’ blood and the defensive force of shotgun shells.
It is important to note that these remarks have generated significant controversy and have been met with widespread criticism from various individuals and organizations advocating for LGBTQ+ rights and equality.
The impact of such statements on Dog the Bounty Hunter’s reputation and public image remains to be seen, according to TMZ.