Found February 02, 2013 on Ballertainment:
Ballertainment Chris Culliver learned a lesson and nothing more San Francisco 49ers player, Chris Culliver, didn’t make a mistake when he said he had no gay teammates, or that he couldn’t be “with that sweet stuff.” He spoke, what was at the time, his truth — he was not accepting of homosexuality. From that, he gained the following lessons. 1 – Don’t mess with the gays. 2 – Don’t mess with the gays. 3 – Hush. 4 – Open your heart and mind. Culliver never expected his Super Bowl experience to be a case study in bad publicity, I’m sure. He gave the media a scooby snack that could not be refused, and they ran with it. When news of his remarks circulated, I wondered why the interviewers did not reign him or change the subject when his comments went awry, but that would have been too much like right, I suppose. Since his bout with ignorance, Culliver has personally been faced with never-before-seen media scrutiny, insults, and demands that he not play in Sunday’s Super Bowl game. Th
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