Channing Tatum: Sexiest Man Alive and/or Closet Gay Male Superstar?

People Magazine readers recently voted Channing Tatum the Sexiest Man Alive. That may well be true, but women everywhere need to know. Is Channing Tatum really Gay?

It comes as no surprise to Hollywood insiders and Entertainment Industry sources that the allegations that Channing Tatum are true. According to Jacky Jasper, a local L.A. LGBT insider, Channing Tatum got his start working in male strip clubs in Florida, working male tricks after hours, and eventually appearing in the Ricky Martin video “She Bangs”.

Jasper revealed what his source said, “When Channing was a male stripper in Miami he was going by the name Chan Crawford and was regularly pulling tricks (gay men). Channing also often did private parties for all male Hollywood executives,” Adding “People wonder how this guy came from outta nowhere. One reason is because he has mad head game. It’s called Gay for Pay”

Adding to the mystery and intrigue is his Abercrombie and Fitch underwear photo spread, always a ero-gay attraction. Then there was his appearance in Out Magazine. All points well taken.

And while he never did get a role in “Liberace,” he is playing the lead in movie “Magic Mike,” a story about a male strippers meteoric rise to fame and fortune in Hollywood.

Autobiographical perhaps?

2 Responses to Channing Tatum: Sexiest Man Alive and/or Closet Gay Male Superstar?

  1. Houston male strippers April 4, 2013 at 11:09 pm

    So handsome.. and expert and the sexiest ever.
    Thank you for sharing.

    Reply
  2. Butterface March 24, 2013 at 1:20 am

    He could be gay. I mean, if Jenna Dewan ever shaved her head she would make a seriously unattractive male. The pregnancy is making her unattractive rather than glowy. She is a butterface.

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