The evidence is expanding... And no, we don't mean baby bumps!
Here's what has fans speculating Miley is ready to pop out a little Aussie demigod:
[Image via Daniel Tanner/WENN.]
Just when we thought Manny Pacquiao couldn't be any worse…
Earlier this week, the famed boxer/Philippine Senator spoke out against an anti-discrimination legislative proposal which is slated to protect the rights of transgender individuals. Not to mention, the document is also meant to help prevent discrimination against those who are cross-dressers in the Philippines. So, why does Manny have a problem with this piece of potential legislation??
Apparently, Pacquiao simply doesn't support Senate Bill 1271's mission to eliminate discrimination based on sexual orientation, gender identity, or expression. The controversial athlete turned politician noted:
Good for Dave Bautista!
The former WWE superstar wrestler and current actor did not take kindly to boxer Manny Pacquiao's anti-gay comments last week, and now Bautista is speaking out!
The actor's mom is a lesbian, so this hits very close to home for the Guardians Of The Galaxy and Spectre star — and when TMZ caught up with him at an airport, he didn't hold back with his thoughts on Pacquiao!
Ch-ch-check it out (below)!!!
We told you that apology was BS…
The athlete then released a public apology for for what he said — even though he was still against the idea of same-sex marriage "because of what the Bible says."
Well, apparently that apology didn't mean a whole lot as Manny reportedly took to Instagram early Thursday morning to share a Biblical message condemning gays to death!
The boxer's post, which has since been deleted, originally read:
Talk about a step in the right direction!
Apparently, Nike doesn't want to associate themselves with such a homophobic athlete, even if he is at the top of his field! YAY!!!
But if you're not going to take our word for it, Manny's Gym Training line has already been removed from the website entirely — though for now he is still on their Instagram page…
Do U think Nike is serious about coming out as pro-LGBT??
[Imag Manny Pacquiao/Instagram.]
This… isn't much of an apology, Manny.
And while he clearly upset a lot of his LGBT supporters, it doesn't look like he's too bothered by the hate.
The 37-year-old issued a public apology for his comment early Tuesday morning, but he actually does more harm than good, saying: