Aaron Hernandez’ “Gay Lover” Steps Forward?

Published: Tuesday 25th Apr 2017 by David

Aaron Hernandez murdered Odin Lloyd because he discovered that the athlete was gay.

For thousands of sporting fans across the globe the position above has found itself at the forefront of their worlds following Hernandez’ suicide last week and now, as they seek answers, news has surfaced which claims to support it.

Before his death, Hernandez penned three suicide notes.

One of them, according to reports, was sent to a man named Kyle Kennedy.

Aaron’s legal camp denied this allegation (and the rumours of a romance between the friends that came attached to it) but now find themselves forced to put out a fire ignited by Kennedy’s attorneys.

My client is obviously saddened by the loss of his friend, Aaron Hernandez.A letter was left to my client but neither I, nor my client, have seen the letter. We will be requesting that the letter be turned over to my client as soon as possible.

Now, with hopes of concealing the content of the letter, Aaron’s team have now attempted to block an order made by a judge which would see all three letters delivered to their respective recipients.

Problematic, as Kennedy would then be free to release his, and confirm (or deny) that it was romantic.

Hernandez’s lawyer Jose Baez had this to say about it:

Rumours of letters to a gay lover, in or out of prison, are false.These are malicious leaks used to tarnish somebody who is dead.

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  1. Melanie April 25, 2017

    The fact that the lawyer said the rumors of Aaron having gay lover are “malicious” and to “tarnish” him shows that homophobia is alive and well. Many people have an issue believing a masculine, skilled athlete was bisexual, and WORST, that being gay or bi is somehow degrading.

    • BOOBIE April 25, 2017

      Are you serious?? This has nothing to do with homophobia! The lawyer is saying this because his client lived life publicly as a STRAIGHT man not a GAY man and these RUMOURS are portraying his client as a phony sociopathic murderer who killed someone because they found out his secrets. It is a MALICIOUS attack on someone who is dead even if it’s a murderer. His point in saying those things is because he thinks they are lies meant to further TARNISH the reputation of his client. Homophobia is MUCH deeper than this. Think harder before you post such nonsense.

      • Melanie April 25, 2017

        How the hell are you so concerned about Aaron Hernandez’s “reputation” when he was found guilty of murder? Are YOU serious? Criminal sympathizing, are you? So him being labeled “gay” or “bisexual” (when it may have been the truth) will “tarnish” his reputation? You sound like an absolute idiot. An absolute, bonafide idiot. Since you’re so concerned about protecting the dead, where’s your sympathy for Odin Lloyd? You don’t know what the lawyer meant by that statement because he did not clarify nor explain what would make Aaron having a “gay lover” a “malicious” or “tarnishing” claim. You are foolishly assuming that Aaron living as a straight man made him straight, without any knowledge or evidence related to his private s** life. Aaron may have been gay or bisexual and there’s nothing wrong with stating that truth if there is evidence to support it. In fact, there’s nothing wrong with being gay/bi or having a “gay lover” but there is certainly something wrong with murder and suicide, which is where the focus of your “reputation” worries should be. How about you think before responding to me with ignorance.

      • BOOBIE April 26, 2017

        You’re not understanding anything I said. It’s like you read above, below and between the lines instead of the entire statement. You have done this twice now. I’M not sympathizing with a convicted murderer, you simpleton. I explained to YOU why his attorney said that which makes perfect sense. You can’t get past the fact that his attorney used “tarnish” and “malicious” as a way to respond to the secret homosexual allegations, which, once again, has nothing to do with homophobia. What’s your highest level of education?

      • Melanie April 26, 2017

        Since your idiocy, focus on defending homophobia, and defense of convicted murderer has warped your ability to comprehend, I’ll say it again: You don’t know what the lawyer meant by that statement because he did not clarify nor explain what would make Aaron having a “gay lover” a “malicious” or “tarnishing” claim. Furthermore, you cannot translate, give further detail in regard to a motive, or speak for anyone else but yourself. Until you come back reincarnated as Aaron Hernandez’s lawyer, you cannot tell me what he meant with that statement. If this lawyer that you claim makes “perfect sense” couldn’t effectively defend his client in a court of law, what makes you think you can? Aaron Hernandez was found guilty of killing a man. There was no salvageable part of his “reputation” after that conviction and there certainly isn’t any now that he reportedly committed suicide. Once again, homosexual allegations wouldn’t “tarnish” or malign Aaron Hernandez’s “reputation” because 1) there’s nothing wrong with being gay/bi, 2) he may have been gay or bi, and 3) he had no remaining reputation to “tarnish.” Anything contrary to these ideas is completely ridiculous.

  2. Love & Light April 25, 2017

    I believe some of this might be true. But you see how men are forced to duck and hide their sexuality…this fool went and killed coz of it. I hope someday our children or their children will read such things and laugh at how stupid it all is. Who we choose to love shouldn’t be this important. It’s love. The world needs more of it. Stop blocking love.

    • ThatMessJuice.Flop April 25, 2017

      TGJ my name is ThatMessJuice.Flop. Who’s love & light when I wrote all this? Fix ur shiiiit

  3. Avi April 25, 2017

    Meh. This type of gossip/allegation/speculation is so easy that it was almost expected. Unless he has pictures proving it, I dismiss it as empty gossip.

    • Love & Light April 25, 2017

      Where there’s smoke there’s fire.

      • Avi April 25, 2017

        Sometimes what looks like smoke is actually just dusty rhetoric.

    • Qaz April 25, 2017

      IA. In this day and age, it’s practically impossible for any celebrity to be DL. Something suspect would have gotten out. If he had a gay lover, questionable photos would have surfaced or it would have been revealed during his trial. He wouldn’t have been able to take the secret with him to his grave. This whole story sounds tacky.

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  6. Fancy BISH April 25, 2017

    Gay, straight, bisexual…the word is FINE! Aaron was absolutely gorgeous! Look at all his pictures…he ranks with Aaliyah and Prince for looking EXACTLY the same in every picture he took…just FINE chile…prayers to his family and friends, including Kyle

    • Walker April 25, 2017

      THE word is MURDERER, you shallow piece of excrement. Herenandez was an abusive monster who bullied, brutalized and killed. Gush about how “fine” he is to his victims.

      • Fancy BISH April 26, 2017

        Walker, you can walk your stank ass right out my comment box! This article had nothing to do with that! God is the judge, not you or anyone else! Now get to steppin lol

  7. gina April 26, 2017

    i don’t think i believe this. something seems fishy.

  8. Justmeeeee April 26, 2017

    I don’t belive this AT ALL.
    Look at the timing people !!!
    This is clearly a distraction.
    This man didn’t commit suicide
    No way !
    He was murdered and now they are throwung this spin on it to COVER up the truth.

    It’s so obvious…

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