|By Raj Giri||March 19, 2013 | Comments|
Following last Thursday's Impact Wrestling taping, Bully Ray hurled several homophobic remarks towards a fan. The TNA World Heavyweight Champion referred to the spectator as a "f-ggot," and a "frickin' q-eer."
Bully Ray apologized for the incident yesterday, writing on his Twitter, "Made an inappropriate comment to a fan in Chicago. If anyone was offended by this...I do apologize. No harm was meant."
Dixie Carter also responded to Bully Ray's rant on her Twitter, writing, "Heard @RealBully5150 made inappropriate comments to a fan in Chicago. This will not be tolerated. Sincere apologies on behalf of TNA."
You can watch footage of the incident in the video at the top of this post.
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