The 7 Most Absurd Sentences From GayHoopla Bigot Justin Shandrick’s Non-Apology Apology
I love a great non-apology apology, and GayHoopla porn star Justin Shandrick (a.k.a. Adam Bosco) may have just recorded the most nonsensical and gibberish-filled non-apology apology video of all time.
Following his homophobic and bigoted remarks earlier this month, Shandrick/Bosco—a Donald Trump supporter—recorded the below video (probably at the urging of GayHoopla), and before you watch it, here are seven sentences from it that you should read out loud, for fun:
—Those are, yes, opinions that I took way too far, and I took things way too out of context for what I believe in.
—My political beliefs do not define, like, what I believe in.
—What I think is true, what I think is right, what I think is wrong, or whatever, I have my own personal beliefs that I stay true to and I defend until the day I die.
—Who I am as a person, you know, isn’t a direct reflection of what my producer—my boss, whatever you want to call him, whatever—what he believes in.
—He has no dictation over what I believe in, and I have no dictation over what he stands for; it’s just a mutual thing.
—Honestly, after seeing what people are saying, seeing how my words affected others, umm, it really opened my eyes a lot about how very, very defenseful [sic] people are about what they believe in, you know, and who they are, and I’m not one to believe in discouraging somebody for who they are either.
—I hope I can, you know, build up a nice fan base, you know, with nothing but positivity, umm, because me, as Adam Bosco, that’s not—this is not how I want to present myself.