Andrew Gillum Rumored to Be Gay in College, According to His Friend
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This arrived Candance Owens shared that Miami police noticed 'blood' and 'feces' on the bed when they arrived at a hotel room where the former Tallahassee mayor and an overdosed gay man were found.

AceShowbiz - Andrew Gillum's recent meth gay orgy scandal made people wonder about his private life. Further sparking speculations that the former Florida gubernatorial candidate is gay, a new report suggests that one of his college friends claims that such rumors were circulating he was in college.

Blogger Funky Dineva attended Florida State University, a neighboring university of Gillum's Florida A&M University. Dineva, who is openly gay, shares to MTO News that he's a longtime friend and supporter of Gillum, adding that there rumblings that the latter was gay during their college days.

"There were rumblings back when we were in college that Andrew Gillum was gay," Dineva said of Gillum, who was found throwing up with a gay man, who might have overdosed on crystal meth, in a hotel room over the weekend. He added, 'I'm not saying the man was gay, straight or bisexual - but anybody who was in Tallahassee at that time, if they say they didn't hear rumblings about Andrew being gay - they is a got damn lie."

This arrived Candance Owens, a conservative columnist who first broke the story on Twitter, recently shared that police found "blood" and "feces" on the bed when they arrived at a hotel on West Avenue after the Miami Beach Fire Rescue workers received a call about a possible overdose. "UPDATE to @AndrewGillum story: My source says Andrew was NOT fully naked but his 'friend' (gay male escort from 'Rent Men' website) was. Sex was suspected b/t the two bc there was blood & feces on the bed. Yes--police were wearing body cams to this footage will come out," Owens tweeted.

Gillum, who announced that he had decided to enter a rehabilitation facility on Monday, has yet to comment on the gay speculations, but he previously denied of using meth. He explained, "I was in Miami last night for a wedding celebration when first responders were called to assist one of my friends. While I had too much to drink, I want to be clear that I have never used methamphetamines."

He added, "I apologize to the people of Florida for the distraction this has caused our movement. I'm thankful to the incredible Miami Beach EMS team for their efforts. I will spend the next few weeks with my family and appreciate privacy during this time."

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