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No crime for man: ‘James Bond’ star Daniel Craig reveals he visits homosexual bars to keep away from ‘aggressive d**okay swinging’

No crime for guy: ‘James Bond’ star Daniel Craig reveals he visits gay bars to avoid ‘aggressive d**k swinging’

The actor who famously portrayed Agent 007 has stated this week that he prefers to go to homosexual golf equipment over heterosexual venues as a result of he’s much less more likely to run into folks seeking to struggle.

Throughout a Tuesday look on SiriusXM’s Lunch with Bruce podcast, Craig advised host Bruce Bozzi – who’s homosexual – that he’s “been going to homosexual bars for so long as I can bear in mind.”

Craig defined that one of many causes he prefers visiting homosexual bars is due to “the aggressive d**okay swinging in hetero bars” which triggered him to “get into fights” extra usually.

The actor added that he “simply bought very sick” of the vibe in straight venues, whereas in homosexual bars “all people was chill” and it was “a really protected place to be.”

“I may meet ladies there, trigger there are numerous ladies there for precisely the identical cause I used to be there,” Craig stated.

Regardless of having been married to actress Rachel Weisz since 2011, Craig’s sexuality was questioned in 2019 after his ‘No Time to Die’ co-star Rami Malek revealed that the 2 had kissed throughout manufacturing.

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Malek advised Stephen Colbert that after the 2 actors had lastly perfected a scene, Craig picked him up and “a kiss transpired between the 2 of us.”

Although he confused that he couldn’t precisely “inform who initiated” the incident, Malek stated, “I’m going to say that Daniel initiated it. And I used to be very stunned.”

Craig’s look in ‘No Time to Die’ is allegedly the final time he’ll play James Bond. After a number of delays because of Covid-19 pandemic, the movie was lastly launched in theatres this month.

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