(Courtesy YouTube: Antoine Dodson)
HUNTSVILLE, Ala. -- Viral video sensation Antoine Dodson is ruffling feathers by sticking with Chick-fil-A.
Same-sex marriage supporters called for a boycott of the Atlanta-based fast food chain after its president Dan Cathy expressed support for traditional male-female marriages.
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"I'm so tired of people from the gay community telling where I can/should eat at," Dodson, who is openly gay, posted on YouTube. He first gained Internet glory in 2010 with a remix of a news interview that's been viewed more than 104 million to date.
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"Just let me tell you this: I have uncles and aunties as well that does not approve of gay marriages and stuff like that, but they respect me," he added. "I don't care about one person's opinion, you know, or how they feel. That's the way they feel; that's fine."
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"Chick-fil-A makes good meals; so no one is gonna to stop me from eating there," Dodson continued. "If I want to have a Chick-fil-A sandwich, I'm going to have a Chick-fil-A sandwich. So you can run and tell that."