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Tevin Campbell Has Confirmed His Sexual Orientation, Making His Coming Out Official

Tevin Campbell, a well-known American musician and songwriter, recently went public with the information that he is gay on August 17th. You would be correct in assuming that he is gay if that was your guess.

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The R&B musician, who is best known for his classic songs from the 1990s such as “Can We Talk” and “I’m Ready,” disclosed information about his personal life to listeners during an interview that was broadcast on Wednesday on the Every Day podcast produced by People Magazine.

During the show, he discussed his sexuality in detail, saying that despite the fact that he does not consider himself to be a “sex symbol” for the ladies, he is pleased with the songs that he has produced.

He stated, “I didn’t try to keep anything about myself a secret. I made no conscious effort to act in a specific manner or to do anything else. Being gay was simply not an option in those days. When I was around 19 or 20, I came out to my family and friends. After that, nothing else mattered to me. And from that point on, I embarked on a journey of self-discovery.

“I was confused about who I was. Being in the company of people who shared similar experiences to mine, namely LGBTQ+ individuals who were leading regular lives and had partners. I had no prior exposure to that. That was an amazing period in my life,” Campbell went on to say.

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Publication of Information Regarding His Sexual Orientation

During the conversation, Campbell said that he had initially told his loved ones about his sexual orientation many years ago. On the other hand, he continued by saying that he was able to better accept his identity as a member of the LGBTQ+ community after he was cast in the role of Seaweed in the Broadway musical.

The topic of discussion had previously extended to include Campbell’s sexual orientation as well. During a conversation he had with a publication firm in 2018, he refuted rumors that he was gay by saying, “I’m not gay, but there’s a lot of different things that I do like sexually.” Being in this line of work will expose you to a wide variety of new experiences and perspectives. I’m not gay, but I’m definitely a freak, and I think most people are familiar with the concept of a freak.

Campbell has generally dealt with allegations about his sexuality since he was a small child, all the way through his youth and into his young adult years, but he has avoided directly addressing these accusations. In the year 2018, he stated that he does not comprehend the reason that people are still so curious as to whether or not he is gay.

Campbell has refuted the allegations that the American record producer and artist Quincy Jones sexually abused him while he was a teenager. The allegations have been circulating that Jones assaulted Campbell in a sexual manner. In 2020, he threatened to file a lawsuit against Jaguar Wright on the basis of allegations that the latter had become a sex worker.

In response to a Twitter user

In March of this year, Campbell responded to a user on the microblogging and social media network Twitter who was debating the sexual orientation of various well-known musicians. In his response, Campbell started speculations regarding his sexual orientation, which have been circulating ever since.

At the time that this story was being written, his verified official Twitter handle included an emoji of a rainbow flag in its bio section.

Campbell has never addressed the sexuality accusations that have been swirling about him for years during his whole professional career. These claims have persisted the entire time Campbell has been in the entertainment industry.

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About Tevin Campbell and his family

“Can We Talk,” which appeared on Campbell’s sophomore album titled “I’m Ready” and was produced by Babyface, became a massive hit the year it was released (1993).

In the animated film A Goofy Movie, which was released in 1995, he provided the voice of the fictional pop sensation Powerline. He also gave the world the classic singles “Stand Out” and “I2I,” which were popular in the 1990s. Many Disney children are familiar with him because of this role.

Campbell has received a total of five Grammy Award nominations and is the first artist in history to have over five million records certified as sold in the United States.

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