NBA legend Earvin “Magic” Johnson and his wife Cookie are urging their gay son, Earvin Johnson III, aka EJ, to say NO to reality TV shows.
E.J. came out of the closet in flamboyant style earlier this year when he was photographed with his reported boyfriend. Since then he has given interviews and updated his social media pages indicating his hope to be a voice for gay youth by starring in a reality TV show.
But not if his parents can help it.
Magic knows that his son’s lifestyle would embarass the hell out of he and his wife, if a television crew was following him around. I quite frankly don’t blame them, the boys life is already a window, they just want to ensure that he controls the shade.
The 21-year-old New York University junior came out to his parents when he was 13. But despite the media’s Gay Agenda and the prevailing gay-friendly winds of change, EJ claims he’s getting nasty emails containing threats.
Magic and Cookie want to protect EJ from the realities of his lifestyle choice, so they hope he takes their advice to continue to live his life to the fullest – just not on TV.