As modern society grows increasingly comfortable with gay people, fiction is slowly seeing more well-rounded gay supporting characters with onscreen love lives, whose sexuality is incidental to the character.
In fiction the most common use of this trope is a male GBF to a straight female protagonist but other permutations are very slowly beginning to appear.
As recounted on Oxygen’s “#Killer Post," the Bloomfield Police Department received a 911 call about a fight. Police determined that a serrated steak knife was used in the attack. Not long after the stabbing, Ronald was pronounced dead by the medical staff.
However, he was involved in a deadly altercations just a few nights before a big football game between two high school rival. Ronald had been stabbed 19 times all over his body. J.’s injuries were less intense: deep cuts to his hands. J.’s house, discussing the upcoming football game when two men in black hoodies and sweats attacked them from behind. After they engaged in sex they continued sleeping together.
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said if he didn’t, Ronald would expose their relationship to the entire community. If I don’t, if I don’t do this then he’s going to expose me,” T. Around the same time, police canvassed the neighborhood looking for witnesses of the stabbing. But she only saw one male stabbing another and she definitely didn’t see anyone sporting hoodies.
“He told me that he was gonna expose me on Facebook.” Not only his reputation, but also his relationship with Brittany, his girlfriend.
Apparently, Ronald was jealous of the attention that T.
According to “#Killer Post,” Ronald only found out that T.
took the deal and was sentenced to 12 years in prison, as reported in the Hartford Courant.