Brendon Ayanbadejo: Some Of The Biggest NFL Stars Are Gay

Brendon Ayanbadejo reveals Some Of The Biggest NFL Stars Are Gay

When it come to the NFL don’t be fooled because there are more gay men on the field then you realize, and now Brendon Ayanbadejo reveals Some Of The Biggest NFL Stars Are Gay!?!

Brendon Ayanbadejo, the Super Bowl champ-turned-LGBT activist speaks his mind on the flip…

Brendon Ayanbadejo reveals Some Of The Biggest NFL Stars Are Gay

Let’s face it, none of the NFL players who have come out have really been top-tier guys in the NFL, but Brendon Ayanbadejo assures that some of the Biggest NFL stars are indeed gay!

This shouldn’t come as a surprise to anyone, except the football addict who want to deny they like watching men in tights tackle each other and slap each other on the butt.

Brendon was approached by a TMZ cameramen who finally had some real questions instead of the dozens of stupid ones no one cares about. See, Brendon was asked if we’ll ever see an openly gay man achieve that household name recognition … a la Peyton, Brady, Watt, etc.


That’s when Brendon spilled the tea saying that those superstar guys already exist, but they just don’t feel ready to share their sexual orientation with the world. He adds that the NFL is moving in the right direction so it could happen sooner than later.

Ayanbadejo also spoke with regard to North Carolina’s HB 2 bill, calling it “a big step backwards for our country.”

Ayanbadejo assures:

“Some Of The Biggest NFL Stars Are Gay…they’re out there and we will see who…when they come out, but for now…we don’t know which ones are.”

What people forget is that gay people are everywhere. Sometimes they’re your best friend, your roommate, your fraternity brother, the dude that all the women want and or even your husband who feels the pressure of family and career to live a double live.

Gay is NOT a bad thing. It’s just a man who loves the company and companionship of another man in and out of the bedroom. Sorry ladies, but that’s the breaks.

We are all who we are and people need to accepts that some athletes are gay in their personal life. What they do on the field is their profession. Its work, just like a 9 to 5.

Listed to Brendon Ayanbadejo, because he is speaking some real truth: