Morgan Rielly and Kyle Dubas on homophobic slur – March 12, 2019
- Kyle Dubas and Morgan Rielly could have let the NHL investigation speak for itself.
- But they didn’t.
- Gotta feel bad for Reilly for being in the middle of this controversy
- All these people calling for Reillys head.
- How about leaving Morgan alone from this bogus crap
- That environment came into question during Monday’s game against the Tampa Bay Lightning, where a microphone on the broadcast seemed to pick up a homophobic slur being yelled during game action.
- It was initially attributed to Rielly by multiple social media accounts, presumably because he was skating back into his own zone after being hooked and looking directly at Meier, and those serious allegations spread like wildfire before the player even had any idea a slur was potentially uttered in the game he just played.
- Rielly had essentially been found guilty on the internet before arriving home to his downtown condo.
- He immediately returned to Scotiabank Arena to meet with Dubas, and eventually be interviewed by NHL officials, and had his name cleared by their investigation a little more than 12 hours later.
- Damn … this sounds even more serious than murder.
If being gay is a choice, then when did you decide to become straight?
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