Professional boxer Adrien Broner threatened to pull his gun or punch gay people in a wild Instagram video rant Tuesday night.
“If any f*g, punk ass n**** come run up on me, trying to touch me on all that gay sh*t, I’m letting you know right now — if I ain’t got my gun on me, I’m knocking you the f*ck out.”
The video has since been deleted but another Instagram account reposted the rant:
Gee, he seems nice.
According to TMZ, the four-time world champ said the video “PSA” was in response to social media personality Andrew C. Caldwell sliding into his DMs.
“[Andrew C. Caldwell] if you don’t get out my inbox before I punch the testosterone out yo GAY ASS,” Broner wrote in a post which was also deleted.
You may recall Caldwell found insta-fame when video footage of him in church declaring he had been ‘delivert’ from homosexuality and is no longer gay.
In case you hadn’t seen that little bit of internet history:
For his part, Caldwell admits he sent the boxer a quick message to say “Keep up the good work,” but Broner went wild from there.
In a video post, the social media personality called Broner out saying the boxer is a closet case who had been flirting with him.
Caldwell also brought up the 29-year-old’s lack of wins in the ring since 2017. Broner’s last match was on January 19, when he lost a lop-sided decision to 40-year-old Manny Pacquiao, landing only 50 punches against Pacquiao.
“Chile, don’t make me call May Floyweather. You have have not won since May of 2017! How dare you come to my inbox! All I said was, ‘Keep up the good work.’ Next you know I’m gettin’ a tag talkin’ ’bout, ‘Stay out my inbox!’”
Caldwell also posted on his Instagram that he’s considering legal action against the boxer.
TMZ reports that Caldwell did file and receive a restraining order against the boxer.
Who needs reality TV when we’ve got these two homophobes to entertain?