January 3, 2019 | Sex & Society

Actor complains about too much gay attention

Christian KeyesActor Christian Keyes is just not into you. At all.
The actor, who plays Charlie Riggs in BET’s In Contempt, is tired of gay men sending him direct messages on Instagram. He also hates it when guys leave comments in his feed using the eggplant emoji (seen as a symbol for well-endowed men).
So on Saturday, the actor took to Instagram to demand it stop ASAP.
"This might get me in trouble, but oh well," he said. "I got nothing but love for all our brothers and sisters in the gay community. Period. It ain’t my business. That’s between you, who you love and God."
He continued: "With that being said and respecting each other’s truths ... if I respect yours, you respect mine. Gentlemen, let’s not be in the comments section with the eggplant emojis and the sexual comments. I’m not a fan of that.
"I appreciate you supporting my work but let’s not be in the DM [with] 'Hey sexy, what’s up? What’s good?' Nothing. Absolutely nothing.
"So, again -- if I respect your truth, you respect mine. Respect people’s truths. Nobody need to be harassing nobody. It’s too much. It’s too aggressive."
Being sexually aggressive, to anyone, is rude and unacceptable. For guys guilty of that, you gotta stop. But Keyes is sounding a little too delicate if a "hey sexy" has him running for the hills. Seriously, the guy needs to relax.

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