Victim of Homosexual Havoc?
HSK Exclusive – We’re learning dirty details behind BET’s decision to cancel “Don’t Sleep” – and TJ Holmes’ sleeping on Stephen Hill’s homosexual advances may be behind it all!
If you recall, the show was shelved in November 2012 — amidst reports of “overwhelming viewer demand for a longer show segment” — just a little more than a month after its October 2012 debut.
Now, an insider reveals both T.J. Holmes and “Don’t Sleep” may have been axed because the former CNN anchor did not adhere to the BET President’s sexual advances! Now, T.J. is back in a network news anchor – freelancing for MSNBC. Stay up, T.J.!
Here’s the drop:
“BET hasn’t been relevant in years – because of their shady dealings. Stephen is a closeted homosexual – there’s nothing wrong with that – however, he causes a lot of disgruntlement at the work place, particularly with the hetero male staff and celebs. I wonder why T.J. Holmes show got axed after a month? They didn’t give it a chance.
T.J. Holmes – who’s apparently straight – didn’t play into Stephen Hill’s games of sexual favors for a show.”
This isn’t the first news exposing Stephen Hill as the type of man who uses his position to make his male employees put out sexually, or get out. You may remember HSK first introduced you to former BET producer-turned-author David K. Far-El – who revealed, like T.J. Holmes, he too was previously blacklisted from the network over his failure to comply with Stephen Hill’s sexual demands.
Here’s what “BET, DBRAD & ME” author David K. Far-El previously revealed about his BET experience:
“I’m not talking from a homophobic aspect here, I never in all my life felt so uncomfortable around a gay person the way I felt around the current President of BET,” says Far-El, of his Hill in-car experience in which he did not comply with.
“When I got out the car, my man gave me this limp wack hand shake, he looked at me with disgust in his face, like he was disappointed — I walked out of BET Friday, the golden child — I came back to BET that Monday, suddenly I was the black sheep.”