Neither happy, gay nor GLAAD

Whiney Queen Perez Hilton has hit out at the Gay & Lesbian Alliance Against Defamation (GLAAD), claiming they owe him an apology.

GLAAD released a statement yesterday publicly damning Hilton after he told will.i.am's manager Polo Molina that he was a 'f*g', 'gay', and should 'stop being such a f****t' on a 12-minute video statement. Hilton had apparently been threatened by the Black Eyed Peas rapper's manager because he had been slating their new album.

'These are vulgar anti-gay slurs that feed a climate of hatred and intolerance toward our community (and) for someone in our own community to use it to attack another person by saying that it is “the worst possible thing that thug would ever want to hear” is incredibly dangerous,' they said. However, Hilton doesn't see it that way, and instead wants to make it all about how he was hard done by.

'I am saddened GLAAD chose to victimise me further by criticising me for how I non-violently dealt with a very scary situation that, unfortunately, turned violent.

'While I doubt I will get an apology from GLAAD, nor do I expect one, I would just hope people know how difficult it is to intellectualise a situation and think rationally when a thug disguised as a musician is screaming at your face and intimidating you.'

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