'BiP' Star Demi Burnett Responds to 'Homophobic' Trolls Slamming Her for Coming Out as Queer

In the new trailer for the upcoming season of the 'Bachelor' spin-off, the blonde beauty suggests that she has a romantic relationship with a girl on the show.

AceShowbiz - Not everyone is happy with the fact that Demi Burnett came out as queer in the latest preview for the new season of "Bachelor in Paradise". Many people have bombarded her with hatred message on social media after the revelation, but the blonde beauty would not back down just like that and fired back at them.

She recently took to Twitter to share a screengrab of one of her followers' direct message, and it was clear as day that the user's message was not civil. Dubbing Demi an embarrassing "f****t queen," the user said, "I loved watching the bachelor bachelorette and paradise but now everything has to have a dang f****t in it I hate it. Being gay is like seeing a black bird and a robin having sex. It's sad that animals have more common sense then (sic) humans."

The user went on saying how s/he believed that "Bachelor in Paradise" would lose "a lot of views if it turns out to be a (f****t freak show.)" The user concluded his/her message by saying that s/he wouldn't support Demi anymore because she's a "f****t."

Captioning the picture, Demi said, "Twitter do your thing," encouraging her followers to blast the person in response.

Not stopping there, Demi reacted to a person who said that s/he would not watch this season's "Bachelor in Paradise" due to "the same sex disgusting behavior on screen." She wrote back to the person, "The moment you described the relationship as disgusting is the moment you claimed yourself as homophobic."

The former contestant of Colton Underwood's "The Bachelor" added in another tweet, "I know you're trying to mean well, however, the goal is for the LGBTQ+ community to not be viewed as separate. Saying the need a 'rainbow bachelor' is a bit homophobic. We are all humans. Segregation based on sexuality needs to die. Coexist mothe f***a."

In the new trailer for "Bachelor in Paradise" upcoming season, Demi suggested that she had a relationship with a woman on the show. "I know that I love this girl. I'm just so happy that I found her, and I can definitely picture being with her for the rest of my life," she said, without mentioning who her romantic interest is.

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