The "hidden camera" scandal has taken the world by storm as a massive witch hunt for everyone involved in the infamous Kakao Talk group chat continues. After confessing to taking secret sex videos and circulating it in his group chat, Jung Joon-Young and his "golden phone" are at the centre of a whirlwind of controversy. The South Korean police mentioned in their statement that there are other male celebrities besides Jung and Seungri involved in the group chat. Today, the third celebrity involved in the case has been revealed and it is Highlight's Yong Junhyung. It was a surprise to fans as the rapper had denied the rumours that he was the mysterious "Singer Yong" in the Kakaotalk screenshots just two days ago. His talent agency, Around Us Entertainment believed and supported Junhyung's statement and made their own statement regarding the matter.
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Betty and Jeff Waite enjoy family brunch with their sons. The Waites say they were happily married for 17 years before Jeff told Betty he was questioning his sexuality. The news came as a shock to her, as it does to many men and women who learn their spouse is gay. Betty and Jeff Waite and their something sons gather a couple times a month for a meal.
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See also: Ireland says 'yes' to same-sex marriage in historic vote. How times have changed. Three years ago, Geng launched a gay-dating app called Blued, which he claims is the most widely used globally, with 15 million users including three million outside China. He went online in search of answers and was shocked to read on Chinese websites that being gay was considered a disease that needed to be treated.
A prominent gay hotelier in New York City has apologized to the gay community for meeting the Republican presidential candidate Ted Cruz , who staunchly opposes same-sex marriage. At the meeting, according to the New York Times , Cruz said he would still love his daughters if they came out as gay. He also said that states should decided whether to legalize same-sex marriage, but the former comment inspired suggestions that Cruz, who is courting the evangelical vote, was softening his position on same-sex marriage.