Former NFL Quarterback Sues “I’m Not Gay No More” Viral Star For $4.5M Over Claims They Had An Affair

The Daily Mail reports:

Ex-NFL quarterback Kordell Stewart is suing the male viral video star who claimed they had a sexual relationship for $4.5 million, can reveal. The man in question, Andrew Caldwell, became famous for another video, in which he screamed in church: ‘I’m not gay no more’.

In October 2015, Caldwell went on a radio show and claimed he had ‘hooked up with Stewart in the past’ – while Stewart was married to Real Housewives of Atlanta star Porsha Williams. Speaking on TheShakeUp Show, Caldwell claimed he’d dated Stewart and that the former pro football player had bought him expensive gifts.

Stewart denied the allegations and in his suit stated, ‘at all times during his life, Mr. Stewart has been, and is, a heterosexual male.’ The suit, filed in Georgia, calls the allegations, ‘false and defamatory.’ Stewart, an ex-quarterback for the Pittsburgh Steelers, denied the allegations and is suing for loss of earnings, emotional distress and damage to his reputation – even though Caldwell has since retracted his statements.

Stewart won an initial default judgement against Caldwell in November 2016 when Caldwell failed to respond to the suit.

Meanwhile Caldwell is attacking homophobic gospel singer Kim Burrell, claiming her husband left her for another man. Caldwell claims to be suing Burrell for calling him out in her now infamous sermon which cost her an appearance on the Ellen DeGeneres show.