Almost immediately after having a bit of what he told the police was a violent, anti-gay and racist attack, "Empire" star Jussie Smollett insisted on coming on TV to tell his story the post learned.
Smollett was quickly "Adamant" that he wanted to appear on ABC's good morning America, said a source of knowledge of the GMA order decision.
His case took a dark ride on Saturday night when the Chicago police told Fox they now think Smollett paid two friends to forge the crime.
"When Kim Kardashian became the victim of the terrible burglary in Paris, she went to the ground, she closed, she gave no interviews for months. You can see how shaken she was.
" But Jussie was over He wanted TV right away. He raised his voice and said, "I'll do it right now. I'm a black gay man and people need to know what happened to me. I'll tell my story." He wanted media right away. "
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