Gay Means Degenerate Scum
2018-01-12 04:04:11 UTC
It looks like ABC is going to have to do something new with
three hours of broadcast time on Feb. 7 now that its officially
scrapping the Rolling Stone 50th Anniversary Show.
Announced in May at the networks upfront presentation, the
special was set to be a three-hour exploration into the impact
Rolling Stone had on pop culture, music and politics throughout
the past five decades. It promised live performances and stars
as well in a big spectacle. But ABC made the abrupt decision to
cancel the special in the wake of sexual misconduct allegations
against the rock n' roll magazine's founder, Jann Wenner.
Back in November, Ben Ryan, a freelance writer for Rolling Stone
came out with allegations against Wenner and explained his
encounter with the publisher to BuzzFeed News. Ryan told
Buzzfeed that Wenner proposed career advancement in exchange for
sex during a 2005 meeting.
And just last week, a former employee, Jonathan Wells, accused
Wenner of sexually assaulting him more than 40 years ago his
relationship with the publisher was allegedly what got the
former press director hired and later fired from the company.
Wenner has denied both of the allegations against him.
But prior to the Wenners assault allegations, Rolling Stone
also faced a tough time and received harsh backlash in 2014
after publishing a story of a campus gang rape at the University
of Virginia that was incorrectly reported, and was later debunk
by the Washington Post. The lawsuit against Rolling Stone was
settled in April.
In December, Wenner ended his 50 years of owning the rock n'
roll magazine and sold his controlling stake in his publication
to Jay Penske at Penske Media, publishers of Variety and Womens
Wenner gay? Who knew!
I am surprised to hear that Jann Wenner has a boyfriend," said
David Weir, an investigative reporter who wrote for Rolling
Stone in its early days in San Francisco and is now executive
vice president of KQED. "My first thought upon hearing that is,
the poor boyfriend."
Weir was one of several former Bay Area colleagues of Wenner who
expressed amazement at a front-page Wall Street Journal story
Friday confirming that the magazine mogul has left his wife and
co-owner of his media empire, Jane, for a man.
"And not just any man," the New York Post had reported on Feb.
19, but "Matt Nye, a boyish, 28-year-old former male model" who
works in the men's design department at Calvin Klein.