Add another name to the growing list of skeptics who doubt Jussie Smollet was attacked by two Trump supporters in Chicago.
Smollett, who is openly ghey, claims he was attacked by 2 masked men as he left a Subway restaurant in Chicago's Streeterville neighborhood around 2:15 a.m. Tuesday.
The 36-year-old Empire star claims the men punched him in his face, poured bleach on his head and tied a rope around his neck.
Investigators reviewed hundreds of hours of video footage, but failed to find any sign of the attackers.
Milan, who is from Chicago, wrote a series of tweets questioning Smollett's bizarre claims. Milan also criticized a society that is so willing "to believe what it wants to believe without merit or facts."
"In our culture No matter how outlandish or idiotic the thought [may be], anyone who doesn’t follow trends, practices or common beliefs are ostracized. It's really kinda insane!" Milan tweeted on Jan. 30.
Today I realize we live in a society that truly "believes what it wants to believe" without merit, evidence or facts. Their is no wonder why religious propaganda, Political agenda & cultural deception is so readily & easily accepted & regurgitated.
— Milan Christopher (@MilanChrisGordy) January 30, 2019
Milan, who was Love & Hip-Hop: Atlanta's first openly ghey male cast member, stood firm when a Twitter follower called him out for not blindly supporting Smollett.
"I SAID WHAT THE F*CK I SAID & 2days later still feel the same exact way," he tweeted. "STILL SKEPTICAL & i stand by it. i stand in my truth, i fight for injustices when need be but i'm also able to recognized what could be ORCHESTRATED PLOTS OF PROPAGANDA."
Now back to my original thought I SAID WHAT THE FUCK I SAID & 2days later still feel the same exact way. STILL SKEPTICAL & i stand by it. i stand in my truth, i fight for injustices when need be but i'm also able to recognized what could be ORCHESTRATED PLOTS OF PROPAGANDA.
— Milan Christopher (@MilanChrisGordy) January 31, 2019
In an anonymous blog post on Saturday, a Chicago police officer quoted 2 cops working on the case who say they believe the attack on Smollett "never happened."
Fighting back tears, Smollett urged the audience to "Be blacker, be gayer!" He also dubbed himself the "gay Tupac."
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