Popular ‘former’ gay man shows off his new girlfriend


Internet sensation and popular gay man, Jahdiah Norelus, who announced early this year that he is no longer gay, which most of his followers didn’t believe, took to Instagram to show off his new girlfriend.

Sharing their loved up photo,  Jahdiah Norelus wrote;

They ain’t see potiental with me girl but you see it.
And if it’s me and you against the world then so be it For keeps..

Jahdiah D. Norelus, who has over 62,000 followers on Twitter and 150K followers on Instagram, earned e-fame when he uploaded a clip of himself rapping in class. The video went on to garner over 2 million views, with 64,000 likes and over 51,000 retweets. But nearly two years later, the social media star who identified as gay, went public with becoming straight.

A friend who took to social media to share a photo of him on Dec. 29, wrote;  “I’m proud of you bruh! Leave that gay shit in 2017 new year new you.”

Confirming he indeed became straight, he wrote on Instagram, “If one more person tag me in this! YES ITS TRUE. I’m not gay no more.”

A controversial study however confirmed that gay men and women can heterosexuals, if they want to. Critics, though, say the study’s subjects may be deluding themselves and that the subject group was scientifically invalid because many of them were referred by anti-gay religious groups.

Dr. Robert Spitzer, a psychiatry professor at Columbia University, said he began his study as a skeptic — believing, as major mental health organizations do, that sexual orientation cannot be changed, and attempts to do so can even cause harm.

But Spitzer’s study, which has not yet been published or reviewed, seems to indicate otherwise. Spitzer says he spoke to 143 men and 57 women who say they changed their orientation from gay to straight, and concluded that 66 percent of the men and 44 percent of women reached what he called good heterosexual functioning — a sustained, loving heterosexual relationship within the past year and getting enough emotional satisfaction to rate at least a seven on a 10-point scale.

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