'Not the way I wanted to do this' - 25-year-old UFC star comes out as bisexual after sex-tape leak

UFC star Jeff Molina came out as bisexual after sex-tape leak. Here's how he responded to the situation with full quotes.

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UFC star come out as bisexual (Source: Twitter)

For a few contentious reasons, the media has been buzzing over Jeff Molina, a rising star in the UFC flyweight category. At first, some Inappropriate footage of the fighter were leaked, which got people discussing and making assumptions about what they meant.

But when everyone believed it was the most shocking information about Molina, the fighter came out as bisexual on social media, stunning many in the MMA scene. Some people have commended Molina for his honesty and courage, while others have criticised the timing and questioned the announcement's significance to his fighting career.

Some admirers believe that Jeff Molina may have come out of the closet due to the leak of an inappropriate film in which he appears to be performing an Obscene act.

'Well... this f---ing sucks' – Jeff Molina

The native of Colombia tweeted about the development along with a heartfelt declaration about his sexual orientation. Molina has broken through all barriers and publicly acknowledged his sexual orientation in a sport like MMA, which is typically considered cruel and male.

"Welp.. this f---ing sucks," he began his message, which was shared through two screenshots of the notes section from his iPhone; "I'm bi…Not the way I wanted to do this, but the chance to do it when I was ready was taken from me," he continued.

"I've tried keeping my dating life from social media," Molina wrote. "I've dated girls my whole life and suppressed feelings I had throughout high school being on the wrestling team, throughout college pursuing MMA, and even after making part of the dream happen and getting into the UFC."

Molina added he hoped he would come out later in life, claiming that the "majority" of UFC fans are "homophobic."

"The thought of my buddies, teammates, and ppl I look up to looking at me different, let alone treating me different for something I can't control, was something I couldn't fathom. In a sport like this where a majority of the fans being the homophobic c-cksuckers they are, I didn't see myself doing this during this part of my career," he added.

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