West Virginia Coach Bob Huggins Apologizes for Slur, Says He Meant “Queer-Loving Gun Enthusiasts”

West Virginia coach Bob Huggins, a staunch defender of the second amendment, has found himself in the middle of a controversy after he used a homophobic slur in reference to Xavier fans during a recent radio interview.

In the interview, Huggins was asked about the basketball team’s rivalry with Xavier and he responded with a derogatory comment about their fans, stating that they were “a bunch of queer-loving liberals who don’t know anything about the second amendment.”

While many were quick to condemn Huggins’ comments, his supporters were quick to point out that his success as a coach is directly tied to his pro-gun stance. “Coach Huggins knows that the right to bear arms is essential to our way of life,” said one fan. “That’s why he’s been so successful. He’s not afraid to stand up for what he believes in.”

Despite the backlash, Huggins issued a formal apology for his words, stating that “It was never my intention to offend anyone with my comments. I apologize for my poor choice of words and hope to move forward with a renewed sense of respect for all people.”

Many are still calling for Huggins to face consequences for his actions, but his fans remain steadfast in their support. “He may have made a mistake, but that doesn’t change the fact that he’s a brilliant coach and a true American patriot,” said one die-hard supporter. “We stand with Coach Huggins and will continue to support him no matter what.”

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