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Dave Bautista’s NSFW message to homophobes: ‘Suck my #*@%!’

After a Twitter fan extolled him for his support of the LGBT community, “Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2” star Dave Bautista responded: “Proud son of a lesbian mom and anyone who has an issue w/ that can suck my balls.”

You don’t mess with Drax!

Dave Bautista, that is.

This is the message that the “Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2” star gave after a Twitter fan extolled him for his support of the LGBT community.

One David J (Twitter: @arlowe007) stated:
“I want to thank @DaveBautista for being a LGBT supporter and defender. It’s important, esp for younger gen, to see that. A true Guardian!”

Bautista responded: “Obviously no thnx necessary but I appreciate the acknowledgement. Proud son of a lesbian mom and anyone who has an issue w/ that can suck my balls.”

This isn’t the first time Bautista was vocal about his pro-LGBT stance. Earlier, in 2016, when Filipino boxer Manny Pacquiao was mired in controversy after blabbering that LGBT people are “worse than animals”, Bautista told TMZ that “my mom happens to be a lesbian so I don’t f*cking take that shit. I don’t think it’s funny. If anyone called my mother an animal I’d stick my foot in his ass.”

A former professional wrestler Bautista will be appearing in the upcoming “Avengers: Infinity War” and “Blade Runner 2049.”

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