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Anthony Mundine says anti-gay row was aimed at pedophiles


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Anthony Mundine has claimed his anti-gay tirade following his dramatic I’m a Celebrity…Get Me Out Of Here exit last week was taken ‘out of context’.

The professional boxer said he had ‘nothing against the gays’ and that his comments relating to imposing the death penalty for homosexuals had been spun.

‘I’ve got nothing against the gays, I’ve got nothing against them,’ he said filmed in an Australian airport on Friday. 

‘They (the media) turned it around,’ he said. ‘I was talking about the paedophiles.’

Anthony Mundine (pictured) has claimed his anti-gay tirade following his dramatic exit from I’m a Celebrity…Get Me Out Of Here last week was taken ‘out of context’

Mundine launched into his controversial rant after throwing in the towel on his time in the African jungle as part of the reality program last Thursday.

He said he believed capital punishment was the only way to deter homosexuality which should be ‘behind closed doors, how it used to be’, Daily Telegraph reported.

‘If we were to live in a society, just like in Aboriginal culture, that homosexuality is forbidden and you do it and the consequences are capital punishment or death, you think you are going to do it? Or think twice about doing it?,’ Mundine said. 

His homophobic tirade continued as he laid into the movement for greater rights for gay people throughout the world. 

The professional boxer said he had 'nothing against the gays' and that his comments relating to imposing the death penalty for homosexuals had been spun

The professional boxer said he had ‘nothing against the gays’ and that his comments relating to imposing the death penalty for homosexuals had been spun

Mundine launched into his controversial rant after throwing in the towel on his time in the African jungle as part of the reality program last Thursday

Mundine launched into his controversial rant after throwing in the towel on his time in the African jungle as part of the reality program last Thursday

He went on to say he felt it would lead to paedophiles pushing for their crimes to be legalised and would look to claim their own rights.

‘Because they are pushing these gay rights so much in the Western world, the paedophiles out there want their rights.’

Mundine went further calling for gay actors and characters to be banned from television screens and films as it would encourage children to be homosexual.

‘They are not going to be happy until they have primary school kids being gay.

‘If you are going to be gay, do it behind closed doors, that is how it used to be.’  

Mundine called for gay actors and characters to be banned from television screens and films as it would encourage children to be homosexual

Mundine called for gay actors and characters to be banned from television screens and films as it would encourage children to be homosexual



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