Former Tallahassee Mayor Andrew Gillum (D) revealed he is bisexual on Monday as the former Florida gubernatorial candidate eases back into public life after he was found too inebriated to speak in a hotel room in March.
Gillum appeared on The Tamron Hall Show on Monday and told host Tamron Hall that he identifies as bisexual and suggested that he has for a long time. Gillum exited rehab for alcoholism and depression in July and has been easing his way back into public life.
“I don’t identify as gay but I do identify as bisexual,” Gillum said. “And that is something that I have never shared publicly before.”
Former Florida governor candidate Andrew Gillum tells Tamron Hall he’s bisexual: “That is something I have never shared publicly before” pic.twitter.com/prUW7NPk1C
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Political circles in Tallahassee, where he served as mayor for four years, have buzzed with rumors about Gillum’s sexuality for years