In a new interview with Stat out Wednesday, Caitlyn admits that while Hillary Clinton is an alright choice for women and the LGBT community… she still believes Trump would actually be a better representative, blabbering:
Well, his Internet celeb status is certainly over…
While the LGBT community is currently suffering from the worst tragedy in modern American history, you'd think that all of our members would be doing their best to fight stereotypes and support one another.
Yeah… apparently that's not the case, because one out YouTube star just tried to abuse the system by instigating fear in one of our safest areas of the country.
As you may have heard, LGBT and lifestyle YouTuber Calum McSwiggan claimed to have been beaten up by three men outside of The Abbey in West Hollywood early Monday morning… but now we're hearing a very different story from local Police!
According to WeHo Station Captain Holly M. Perez, Police were originally "unable to substantiate the assault" because the 26-year-old had "no visible injuries."
But according to Holly, now there's proof Calum actually gay bashed HIMSELF after getting arrested and booked for vandalizing a car at around 2:30 a.m. local time, saying:
"I just wanted to come in today because I think there's just a lot going on with gender right now in the world and I think so many things are changing. Sometimes it's hard being in the middle, kind of in the gray area in my own lane. Now, since everybody's talking about Caitlyn Jenner and being transgender, people are so quick to say, 'Oh just because you're dressing like that means that you're going to transition to become a woman.'"
In fact, the reality star even admitted that the former Olympian's experience caused him to consider transitioning himself, adding:
"I thought about it, for sure. I was just like, 'Well do I want to transition? Is this something that I would do?' But I don't feel incomplete in that way. I don't feel the need to do that."
Ch-ch-check out the emotional moment (above)!
In another clip, EJ also addressed an article that compared his fashion to Kim Kardashian West's, dishing:
The LGBT lifestyle vlogger had been in Anaheim that weekend for Vidcon, and decided to wrap up the festivities with a trip to the popular WeHo hotspot.
But on Monday, the internet personality took to Instagram to share this scary selfie from his hospital bed, detailing how he was jumped in the caption, writing:
"Last night was the worst night of my life and I'm really struggling to find the words to talk about it. After one of the most wonderful weekends at VidCon we went out to a gay club to celebrate, and towards the end of the evening I was separated from my friends and beaten up by three guys."
The Brit's friend and fellow YouTuber, Riyadh Khalaf, also took to Twitter to explain what went down and just how badly Calum was beaten, writing:
NYC held their Pride parade over the weekend, and it was SUCH a big deal — celebs and stars turned out alongside thousands in the LGBT community, and Jazz Jennings helmed the entire thing as grand marshal!
Only three months after the arrival of their son, Future Zahir, he shared:
"I was scared as sh*t. I was one step away from being married, and I feel like I failed publicly in relationships. Then you want to go back to doing music, to what you know. And if the people didn't accept you again, the one thing you feel like you can fall back on, it walked away from you. You feel like it's over."
And the response to his album, Honest, didn't help his situation either.