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Bachelor Juan Pablo Proves He’s Not Homophobic By Announcing He Has Gay Family! Read His Last-Ditch Defense HERE!

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The Bachelor star Juan Pablo Galavis is still trying to backpedal after making some seriously upsetting comments about gay people last month.

When asked if a gay dude would make a good Bachelor contestant, the American-born Venezuelan answered that ABC shouldn’t do a same-sex version of the reality series because gay people are, “more pervert.”

Um…wow. That’s about the most homophobic thing we’ve ever heard. But Juan Pablo chalked it up to a language misinterpretation!

He’s continuing on his apology tour, appearing on Good Morning America today. He wants his fans to know that he has no problem with gay people, since he has one in his own family!

Juan Pablo stated this morning:

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Rick Ross Tweets Half-Assed Apology For Rape Lyrics; Blames Fans For Misinterpreting Him

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Rick Ross has been the center of controversy due to some offensive lyrics on his new track, U.O.E.N.O., and so far he's done about everything but offer a real apology.

In the song in question, the rapper describes a DISGUSTING scene in which he slips a drug into a woman's drink and then has sex with her without her knowledge. Basically, he's bragging about date rape.

Rick has offered a weak explanation for the song, claiming that because he never uses the word "rape," he obviously isn't condoning rape. Sorry, but we're not buying it.

The rapper has now taken to Twitter to offer an extremely half-assed apology, saying:

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Chris Brown's Neck Tattoo Artist SPEAKS! And He's Not Happy…

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Chris Brown's life is never short on dramz since infamously beating up Rihanna in 2009 and some people assumed his latest neck tattoo was some kind of twisted homage to the incident.

The truth is, the face inked onto his neck earlier this month wasn't RiRi at all, but simply a "sugar skull" meant to honor the Mexican holiday Dia de los Muerto.

We're sure Breezy wasn't happy to be the center of more controversy, but it sounds like no one was more upset than the man behind the artwork.

Peter Koskela, a El Lay-based veteran tattoo artist, took the news as a personal insult to his character and explained:

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