Manny Pacquiao Clarifies Comments On Gay Marriage
- May 16th, 2012
Official Statement from Manny Pacquiao’s Official Website:
Photo: Chris Farina/ Top Rank
Manny Pacquiao has never stated that anyone in the Gay Community deserved death.
His statements were taken out of context, and were not his opinion.
Pacquiao is simply against the marriage of anyone that is not Man and Woman as he believes is stated in theBible.
“I didn’t say that, that’s a lie… I didn’t know that quote from Leviticus because I haven’t read the Book of Leviticus yet,” he said.
Pacquiao does not now and has never believed that people deserve death because of their sexual orientation.
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