March 19, 2016

Pacquiao ReBanned:”We don’t Welcome Gay Haters”


 
Manny Pacquiao has been banned from the popular L.A. shopping center The Grove -- again -- all because of his "statements of hatred" against gay people ... TMZ Sports has learned. 
The battle between The Grove and Pacquiao started in 2012 ... when Manny was banned over an interview in which he reportedly quoted a Bible verse that called for the death penalty for gays. 
The Grove later reversed the ban when it learned Manny had been misquoted. 
  
Fast forward to this week ... when Manny and his 16 person entourage hit the center for a movie in the wake of his newest round of anti-gay statements, which include saying gays are "worse than animals" and posting the "gays should die" Bible verse on his Instagram. 
Grove honchos saw Manny on the property … and after he left, decided they don't want him to come back. 

"These are statements of hatred," Grove owner Rick Caruso tells us ... "A lot of people from the gay community come to The Grove and they have a right not to feel uncomfortable."
"Manny Pacquiao is no longer welcome."
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     The hammer continues to fall on Filipino boxing legend Manny Pacquiao following his anti-gay rant last month as he has been banned from the popular L.A. shopping spot, The Grove– again, TMZ Sports reports.
The feud between The Grove and Pacquiao dates back to 2012 when Pacman was banned over an interview in which he reportedly quoted a Bible verse that called for the death penalty for gay people. The ban was later rescinded when Manny claimed he’d been misquoted by the media.
However, things took a different turn this week when Manny and his 16-man entourage hit the center for a movie with the dust yet o settle over his latest anti-gay outburst, in which he claimed on a Philippine TV show that gays are “worse than animals” and later posting a Bible verse on his Instagram account that “gays should die”.
Pacquiao and wife in an Instagram post slamming gays
Pacquiao and wife in an Instagram post slamming gays
The owners of Grove were displeased to see Manny on the property, and after he left they made it clear he wasn’t welcome again.
“These are statements of hatred,” Grove owner Rick Caruso said. “A lot of people from the gay community come to The Grove and they have a right not to feel uncomfortable.”
“Manny Pacquiao is no longer welcome.”
Manny is also feeling the heat back home in Philippines as his popularity continues to head south with suggestions he may pull out of the Senate race.
Credit: TMZ


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