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Tuesday, March 19, 2013

Michelle Shocked's Wikipedia Page Was Briefly Updated to Call Her a "Bigot"

Posted By on Tue, Mar 19, 2013 at 8:45 AM

click to enlarge Michelle Shocked is not gay - SIGMUND/WIKIPEDIA

The alt-folk world is still dealing with its anger and confusion after learning that singer/songwriter Michelle Shocked was not only not gay but believed that "God hates fags" as she succinctly stated onstage at Yoshi's in San Francisco over the weekend.

Amid the canceled shows and PR nightmare, one of Shocked's fans-turned-critics quickly responded by kindly updating her Wikipedia profile to call her a closeted lesbian, among other things.

See Also: Here are the Best Michelle Shocked Anti-gay Tweets

Of course, God or someone came in and wiped her profile clean, but not before Village Voice got the screen grab of it for all of us to enjoy:

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