Last week, Fox News host, Sean Hannity called the ABC late-night talk show host a “pervert,” a “pig” and “Harvey Weinstein Jr” over past sexist gags on his former series The Man Show and slammed him as a “bully” for making fun of Trump’s wife. With Hannity being an avid fan of Trump, and Kimmel being against his morals and policies this was bound to happen eventually, but not like this.
With a fiery back-and-forth on Twitter, Kimmel had come under fire during this fight with Hannity in which he encouraged Hannity to “get back on top.” Many users called the comment homophobic.
Don't worry – just keep tweeting – you'll get back on top! (or does Trump prefer you on bottom?) Either way, keep your chin up big fella..XO https://t.co/R4QJCoGYCL
— Jimmy Kimmel (@jimmykimmel) April 6, 2018
This lead to outrage by fans and enemies, as shown by tweets of this nature…
Stop making shitty fucking gay jokes. Hire me to write you better gay jokes. Hire any queer person to write you literally any other jokes.
— Ryan Houlihan (@RyanHoulihan) April 6, 2018
Late-night host Jimmy Kimmel apologized to those in the gay community on Sunday, due to the nature of his offensive Tweets’
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