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Gene Simmons Defends Tim Tebow, Slams His Critics in Viral Tweet: “Shame on the NFL & Rest of the World”

Gene Simmons, lead singer and bassist for rock band Kiss, is once again coming to the defense of Tim Tebow, calling out the former football player’s critics on Twitter.

Simmons posted the comment along with a TMZ article announcing Tebow’s potential one-year contract with the Jacksonville Jaguars.

“I support Tim Tebow,” Simmons tweeted on May 11. “He was widely criticized and made fun of, simply because he is a man of faith, who believed in his Christian values. Shame on the NFL and the rest of the world for stooping so low.”

The 33-year-old athlete, who tied the knot with Demi-Leigh Nel Peters last year, has been the target of hateful criticism in both his college and pro career.

Known for taking a knee in reverence to God, and wearing Bible verses like John 16:33 on his eye paint during games, Tebow was readily made a mockery by the NFL and the public at large.

John Oliver, “Daily Show” comedian, even once infamously stated: “I dislike [Zimbabwe dictator] Robert Mugabe. I hate Tim Tebow. If I was in a room with Tim Tebow and bin Laden, and I had a gun with one bullet, I’d shoot bin Laden. I’m not a monster. But if I had two bullets, I’d shoot Tim Tebow first.”

A popular “SNL” skit poked fun at Tebow’s “prayer bow” before games, and a handful of the former quarterback’s fellow football players joined together to complete the comedic act.

Kelsey Straeter
Kelsey Straeter
Kelsey is an editor at Outreach. She’s passionate about fear fighting, freedom writing, and the pursuit of excellence in the name of crucifying perfectionism. Glitter is her favorite color, 2nd only to pink, and 3rd only to pink glitter.

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