Rebel Wilson introduced her girlfriend to the world on Instagram this week in what was supposed to be a celebration of Pride Month, however, the actress now shares, “It was a very difficult situation.”
Journalist Andrew Hornery wrote an opinion piece for Sydney Morning Herald where he revealed pitch perfect The star was given a short, two-day deadline to appear before the world before reporting on publication.
Fellow journalist Kate Doak shared on Twitter, writing, “So apparently it wasn’t @RebelWilson’s choice to come out… @smh/@theage has admitted that he told her 2 days ago that he wanted her Were going to “make out”. Worse yet, the Sydney Morning Herald featured openly gay men.”
Rebel Wilson commented on Dok’s tweet, revealing, “Thanks for your comments, this was a very difficult situation but trying to handle it with grace.”
On Thursday, Rebel posted a photo with his girlfriend, Ramona Aguma, with the caption, “I thought I was looking for a Disney prince…
Fast-forward to Sunday,Herald Editor Bevan Shields has made a statement denying Wilson’s “outing”. “Our weekly Private Sydney Celebrity column asked Wilson last week if she wanted to comment about her new partner. We would ask the same questions that Wilson’s new partner was a man,” he explained. “to say that To inform ‘Out’ Wilson is wrong.”
“As other mastheads do every day, we only asked questions and included a time limit for a response as standard practice,” Shields said. “I had made no decision about whether to publish or not, and heralds The decision about what to do would have been informed by any feedback Wilson provided.”
The editor continued, “We wish Wilson and Aguruma all the best.”
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