Social media personality Andrew Caldwell filed a restraining order against boxer Adrien Broner after the champion boxer threatened to shoot any homosexual person who flirts with him on social media or in the streets.
It all started when Caldwell accidentally slid into Broner's direct messages on Instagram and exchanged private messages with the 29-year-old boxing champ.
Caldwell is best known for claiming he was "delivert" and giving up the homosexual lifestyle to settle down with a woman.
According to TMZ, Caldwell claimed Broner is a "closet homosexual" who expressed interest in hooking up with him - allegations that Broner strenuously denied.
Broner then made a video "PSA" - warning "any f-g, punk ass ni--a come run up on me, trying to touch me on all that gay sh-t, I'm letting you know right now - if I ain't got my gun on me, I'm knocking you the f--- out."
Broner holds multiple championship titles in four weight categories. His boxing career includes 33 wins - 24 by knockout.
On Thursday, Caldwell filed a restraining order against Broner, citing the threats Broner directed at him on social media.
The restraining order was granted and both sides are ordered to stop belittling each other with comments, remarks, pictures or similar postings on social media.
Additionally, Caldwell plans to file a lawsuit against Broner on Monday, March 25.
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