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Blue Power ranger comes out the closet


David Yost was one of the original "teenagers with attitude,"(you know that name if you were a ranger fan) playing the nerd of the gang Billy. Or you may know him as the the guy in the suspenders lol. David ran with the power ranger series for 3 straight seasons before leaving. He has finally decided to say why he decided to leave the franchise.

i walked off set one day, during the middle of lunch, halfway through the day. I had made a decision I had been thinking about for a good week, and the reason I walked off is because I had been called faggot one too many times

He said he had been called gay slurs numerous times from
writers, directors, creators, producers,
and his co-stars had even been called in the producers office and questioned about his sexuality.

After David revealing this information it took twitter by storm as you see here:


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