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Monday, July 7th, 2014

Jason Collins and A$AP Rocky Share Awkward Moment on VMA Stage

Jason Collins

Jason Collins, the first openly gay NBA player, stood on stage next to rapper A$AP Rocky at the VMAs on Sunday and things got a little awkward.

Collins  and Rocky came on stage to introduce Macklemore’s gay-rights anthem, “Same Love.”  Collins began his speech nervously, visibly uncomfortable, and even mumbling through some words.

“Just before I came out, my grandmother told me she was afraid that I will encounter the same prejuduce and bigotry she experienced in the segregated South,” Collins told the crowd. “I knew hating someone for the sexual orientation is the same thing as hating them for the color of their skin.”

Then A$AP Rocky took the mic and that’s where the awkwardness increased. At one point in his speech, Rocky appeared to be at a loss for words, blurting out “homosexuality” when he referred to Collins on stage.

“A$AP Ferg Trap little album in stores right now,” Rocky said, promoting his album. “The next artist is a good friend of mine, he stands up for everything his believe in as far as everybody being equal, color, (pause) homosexuality–shout out to my boy–the white boy can spit, Macklemore.”

Check out the awkward moment in the video below.

Comments

  1. LMAOOO

  2. It is not the same! and I am tired of people saying that it is. no one knew he as gay but they did know he was black, and no one should ever compare it struggles of black American and what 300 plus years of not being treated as a man "no pun intended" to gay wonting to get married. No I'm not against gay , but it is not the same.

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