Matt Damon was recently subjected to the wrath of the internet when it was revealed that he had used the f*g word to refer to gays on the off chance that he happened to be gay. His explanation, on the other hand, is now available to him.
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A treatise on the term was given to Damon by his daughter, according to an interview with The Sunday Times.
“I cracked a joke a few months back and had a treatise from my daughter,” the actor said recently. She got up and walked away from her seat. ‘Come on, that’s a joke,’ I said. ‘Stuck on You!’ is a movie in which I say that. As soon as she returned to her room, she began writing a very long and beautiful essay about how that term is hazardous. Then I said, “I am no longer using the f-word!” Okay, I got it.
When Matt was a youngster growing up in Boston, he was acquainted with the term since it was used wherever he went, but he had no idea what the slur meant. In response to criticism that Matt had’recently’ stopped dropping the F-bomb, he published a fresh statement explaining his decision. ”
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