WWE Superstar, Dustin Patrick Runnels who is also known as Goldust, took to his public Facebook today and said:
My step son who is a transgender was attacked last night and I'm fu**ing pi**ed. Grow the eff up and let people live their lives the way they choose. Stop all this hateful crap towards one another. The three men who attacked and beat her up are still out there. You boys are three lucky individuals that I wasn't there or you would on life support.
He addressed the conservative individuals to “stop all this hateful crap.” and move forward in life, abandoning the cliche established by the opinionated lot. His fans were behind him in full support and empathised with the veteran in his sorrows.
It has not been disclosed, either by Goldust or by any other spokesperson on his behalf, as to where the gruesome crime against Goldy’s step son took place. Sources report that United States Of America has witnessed a wave of hate crimes across the country, ever since WWE Hall of Famer Donald John Trump became the President-elect.
The son of late WWE Hall of Famer, Dusty Rhodes and a half-brother to former WWE Superstar Cody Rhodes, Goldust has been a constant at WWE. Strangely enough, his association with the LGBT community comes from is own gimmick, which is a flamboyant and sexually ambiguous man.Over the years Runnels has carried off this gimmick in an impeccable fashion. His commitment to the whole act has made him a popular figure in WWE ever since he broke out on the scene.
Take a look at the moment when Goldust made his WWF debut in WWF’s In Your House show at 22 October 1995:
He previously wrestled for the promotion with his real name Dustin Rhodes, briefly in 1990 before making a return to WWFs then rival promotion WCW. He has also wrestled in the indies circuit as well as with top companies like NJPW, AJPW and TNA.
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