He told his fans that people should “smack the ish” out of any male fans of a David Beckham underwear commercial – which is a very sexy commercial showing the athlete in all his nearly naked glory.
Anyway, Martin then later apologized for any “offense” his comments may have caused.
He took it a step further and went to the organization to show his sincerity. They met on Tuesday in Los Angeles.
In a statement about the meeting, GLAAD wrote: “The introduction is the beginning of an open and honest dialogue. Both parties came away with a better understanding of one another and look forward to continuing this dialogue.”
GLAAD also commended the network for doing what it did, saying the decision was seen as “a strong stand against anti-LGBT violence.”
Now let’s see if CNN lifts the suspension and puts Martin back on the air.
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