RuPaul’s Drag Race queens called ‘faggots’ and ‘walking STDs’ in homophobic attack
Two RuPaul’s Drag Race contestants have been subject to homophobic abuse in public.
Season nine queens Shea Coulee and Farrah Moan were told they were “faggots,” “slut” and a “walking STDs” by two girls in a Newcastle kebab shop.
Farrah responded with some fantastic comebacks, including telling the abusers that they were “greasy,” before saying: “We’re touring the world being gay. What are you doing?”
“You’re living in Newcastle with your crusty-ass eyelashes,” Farrah added.
Farrah then asked the girls, who shared the encounter on Snapchat, why they were “so greasy,” to which one replied: “Why are you so gay?”
The queen responded: “Because I’m a motherf**king star.”
And in a video posted on YouTube, Shea told the crowd at one of their shows that they had received some unorthodox assistance from a fan who stepped in to protect them from the “hateful and basic” girls.
“There was a 6’2″ glamazon there named Steph… I need to find Steph, because Steph was at our show, and she told these young ladies: ‘Don’t do that. Do you know who these people are?'” the drag queen said.
“And I was like, ‘No, no, it’s not about who we are, it’s just about the fact that we’re all human and we all should be respectful.
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