Tripp Palin Gay comment draws criticism

The Palins have re in the spotlight again for outspoken comments. This time Bristol Palin is at the center of the drama where her son was reported as stating a homophobic slur when Bristol and aunt Willow won’t let her son visit the swimming pool. This comment was seen in a released clip from the Lifetime reality series Bristol Palin: Life’s a Tripp“. Bristol has since blogged about the event stating that Tripp’s word used was actually “f**k it,” and not “faggot.” Read more

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