Will Young has accused Spencer Matthews of "reaffirming gay stereotypes" after a remark the former Made in Chelsea star made on BBC’s This Is My House.
The former reality star had a guest appearance on the series hosted by Stacey Dooley, which has celebrities guess who owns various luxurious properties.
He asked who "the least gay person", which prompted Will to slam him for "reaffirming gay stereotypes".
“ASKING 'WHO IS THE LEAST GAY' ON @BBCIPLAYER @BBC #THISISMYHOUSEBBC1 I FIND COMPLETELY OFFENSIVE ,” he posted.
“ WHAT DOES 'LEAST GAY' MEAN? MOST 'MASCULINE' , LEAST 'EFFEMINATE' 'FOR F**** SAKE @BBC DON'T YOU REALISE IT IS COMPLETELY REAFFIRMING OFFENSIVE AND SHAMING STEREOTYPES, I'M GAY,TAKE IT UP THE B** AND LIKE FOOTBALL AND CARS. MIGHT BLOW YOUR MIND .... @SPENCERMATTHEWS [sic]”
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The singer previously opened up on the shock at Chris Moyles’ ‘rampage of homophobia’ on Radio 1 in 2009.
Will told The Sunday Times: "It still makes me feel sad in a way, because it did affect how important I felt my sexuality was, and because I didn't stand up for myself.
"So even though I was like, 'Oh, it doesn't matter,' it did, actually. It was really bad. Really bad."
He wrote about the experience in his book, To Be A Gay Man, and said how the moment left him ‘aghast’.
The star wrote in his book: "BBC Radio 1 breakfast show DJ Chris Moyles decided to embark on a rampage of homophobia against me – on my birthday no less.
"It was something that left me aghast, especially as he and I were on friendly terms."