NBA player comes out as gay in amazing scene on VH1’s ‘Hit the Floor’

Joseph McCormick February 13, 2016
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An NBA player, despite fictional, has come out as gay in the cutest way, on VH1’s ‘Hit the Floor’.

Zero, played by Adam Senn, welcomes out as gay by kissing his boyfriend in public.

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On the show, Senn’s character, who plays for the fictional San Francisco Devils, walks across the court and locks lips with character Jude, played by Brent Antonello.

As well as a stadium full of fans, the pair are seen snogging on the big screens, kiss-cam style.

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Cheerleaders and teammates seem pretty supportive.

The on-off couple appear to be fully on, after a string of breakups and reconciliations.

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Who cares if he is fictional.

Meanwhile, in real life, a gay couple were last month cheered at a hockey match in LA after featuring on the kiss cam.

Last year the Los Angeles Dogers posted a kiss-cam featuring a same-sex couple, and the first one is thought to have been posted by the San Francisco Giants back in 2011.

‘Hit the Floor’ season 3 currently airs on VH1.

Check out the kiss below:

h/t Gay Times (GT)

More: basketball, kiss, kiss cam, NBA, VH1, Zero

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