Latin heartthrob Ricky Martin ended years of speculation today when he came out of the closet in a letter on his personal website. The singer, who used the services of a surrogate mother to birth his twin boys, wrote that finally coming out filled him with "strength and courage."
"At this moment I'm feeling the same freedom I usually feel only on stage, without a doubt, I need to share," he wrote.
Hopefully, those of you who refused to believe Ricky was gay (just as some of you still refuse to believe Tyler Perry and Bow Wow are gay) -- will remember all the denials he made and the string of women he paraded in front of the media while hiding his true sexual orientation.
Yes, Virginia, more than half of your male singers, actors and rappers are either gay or bisexual, and they don't want you.