Antoine Dodson Says He Is 'No Longer Into Homosexuality' And Now Wants A Wife (VIDEO)

Antoine Dodson Says He's 'No Longer Into Homosexuality'

Time to hide your wife!

Antoine Dodson -- of "hide your kids, hide your wife" fame -- says he is "no longer into homosexuality" and now wants a wife.

Dodson announced that he isn't gay anymore in a verbose Facebook post on Thursday. The formerly openly gay YouTube sensation has decided to "renounce" his gay side and take up his position as the "True Chosen Hebrew Israelite descendant of Judah."

From his Facebook post:

I have to renounce myself, I'm no longer into homosexuality I want a wife and family, I want to multiply and raise and love my family that I create. I could care less about the fame and fortune, I've giving all that up to know the true history of the bible. For I am the True Chosen Hebrew Israelite descendant of Judah. And as True Israel I know that there are certain things we just can't do. And I totally understand that now. I don't need a Mercedes Benz, I don't need a big house in Beverly Hills all I need is the Most High and my family (Israel). I have been awaken by the great and so should you. Let's be delivered from the wickedness of the world and live the way we should. The Most High bless all and have a beautiful evening. Israel wake up and take full power of who you are. I'm ready are you?

The post has since received over 2,300 "likes." But some were puzzled by his ramblings and asked "What the...?" The Alabama native defended himself, writing in another post, "Like I said, that lifestyle is foolish and I don't want or have time for it."

Reached for comment by The Huffington Post, a spokesperson for Dodson did not elaborate on the Facebook posts.

Dodson first became an Internet celebrity back in 2010 after he appeared on a local news station and unleashed an animated rant aimed at the man who allegedly climbed into his sister's window and attempted to sexually assault her. The clip went viral and Dodson gained hundreds of thousands of Facebook fans and collaborated with The Gregory Brothers on the song "Bed Intruder."

He was always open about his sexuality, telling fans, "Am I bi? No. Gay? Yes."

Take take a trip down memory lane and watch Dodson's break-out performance on Alabama's NBC affiliate WAFF below.

(Hat tip, Towleroad)



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