The never-ending saga of hate hoaxer, Jussie Smollett, just keeps getting better and better. If you recall, Smollett had just come back to Chicago that night. But, what we weren’t told was where he had been. He was auditioning for a play about a black homosexual who is attacked. That night the alleged attack took place. If I were cynical, I would say he may have hoped the attack would land him the spot in the play, since he is black, gay and was “Attacked for being a gay Black Man.” Ok, so I’m a cynic.
The day before “Empire” actor Jussie Smollett was allegedly attacked in a homophobic, racist hate crime, he apparently auditioned for a play with a nearly identical plot, according to a report from The Daily Mail.
The report states that Smollett had been in New York City auditioning for a role in a reboot of the 2003 Tony Award-winning play “Take Me Out,” a story about a gay, biracial baseball player victimized by racism and homophobia. The play’s main character is abused with the same language that Smollett’s alleged attackers yelled at him. Following his audition, Smollett flew back to Chicago, where he was allegedly attacked in the wee hours of the morning.
Smollett alleged that two men wearing Make America Great Again hats attacked him at a Subway in Chicago, yelled racist and homophobic slurs at him and screamed “This is MAGA country.” The alleged attack sparked an outcry from prominent Democratic politicians, some of whom used the incident to impugn supporters of President Donald Trump.
However, new details have emerged about the alleged incident and Chicago police now believe that Smollett paid two Nigerian brothers to help stage the attack. Smollett and his lawyers have denied allegations of a hoax and maintain that the incident occurred as he described.
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