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Betty White Proves Just How Amazing She Is: Says She "Doesn't Understand Homophobes"


I LOVE THIS WOMAN.

I could leave it at that, and you would all still agree, but I'll share one of the MANY reasons why I do.

Television icon Betty White, who is 92 years YOUNG, sat down for an interview with Larry King and to answer questions from her fans.

One fan in particular asked Betty:

What has been the significance of the gay community for your career? And what do you have to say to those against gay people?”

In a world where the gay community is still a hot topic, one wondered how exactly Betty would respond.........

But I think we all secretly knew:

“I don’t care whom you sleep with. It’s 'what kind of a human being are you?' I don’t understand [why people are anti-gay], it’s such a personal private business and it’s none of mine.”

Betty also answered a question concering the late, great Bea Arthur, who she starred alongside in "The Golden Girls".

Check it out below:



I am going to repeat:

I LOVE THIS WOMAN.

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