Dave Bautista Covered Manny Pacquiao Tattoo After Homophobic Statement: ‘It’s a Personal Issue’

Dave Bautista has spread the word about his help for the LGBTQ people group in an extremely durable manner. Despite the fact that he didn’t make reference to his previous companion by name, the Glass Onion star, 53, uncovered to GQ that he had a tattoo of Filipino boxing champ Manny Pacquiao’s group logo eliminated from his left lower arm.

“It used to be a group logo,” he said in a clasp shared to TikTok. “I was essential for a group of an individual I considered a companion and somebody I truly turned upward to.


And afterward, he later came out freely for certain enemy of gay explanations and ended up being an outrageous homophobe.”


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“Thus, I disapproved of it. It’s a private matter with me, my mother’s a lesbian. Furthermore, I just could never again call him a companion.

Thus, I took care of it up with this,” Bautista added, showing the refreshed ink of a lady with a sugar skull face painting. Pacquiao, 44, confronted weighty reaction in the wake of expressing that gay individuals are “more regrettable than creatures” during a 2016 meeting on Filipino station TV5. “It’s not unexpected sense,” he said at that point.

“The creatures are better. They know how to recognize male from female,” Pacquiao added. “In the event that we support [of] male on male, female on female, man is more awful than creatures.”

Bautista, who has for quite some time been a LGBTQ partner, considered Pacquiao a “f — ing dolt” at that point. “You can’t return from that, man. There’s no approaching back from that,” he told TMZ. “I don’t believe it’s entertaining,” Bautista said. “How about we put it like this, in the event that anybody called my mom a creature, I’d put my foot in his butt.”

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In spite of the fact that he later apologized for contrasting gay individuals with creatures, Pacquiao dove in his heels against the local area.

“Be that as it may, this doesn’t change my situation against same-sex marriage. That is the very thing I accept,” he said. “My main slip-up is contrasting gay individuals with creatures.”

Bautista recently showed his help for the LGBTQ people group during Pride Month, honoring his mother on Instagram with a photograph of himself wearing a shirt printed with a rainbow and the words “BE YOU.” “I was generally pleased with who my mother was on the grounds that she was dependably glad for what her identity was. Right in front of you, f — you on the off chance that you could do without it, proudly noisy and glad. Also, her child [paid] consideration. BE Clearly, BE Glad, BE YOU,” Bautista composed with the hashtag “#ProudSonOfALesbian.”