Nick Swardson’s Sarcastic “I’m Not Gay But…” Tweets Fuel Sexuality Rumors

Nick Swardson

Nick Swardson, star of Grandma’s Boy, is well-known for his “I’m not gay but…” and “marry me” tweets, in which he tags male colleagues in the entertainment industry and asks them to marry him.

The star recently made headlines after posting a photo of one of his Tweets on Instagram, in which he discussed his decision to settle down and how the quarantine had impacted it.

Is Comedian Nick Swardson Gay?

Because Swardson chose to keep his personal life and dating history hidden from prying eyes in the media, he has been linked to numerous gay rumors.

The 44-year-old, on the other hand, is not afraid to make jokes about his sexuality. When asked to reveal something surprising about himself in an interview with Punk Globe, Swardson joked that he had been happily married to Sir Elton John for 30 years.
When asked about his sexuality in the same interview, the actor joked that it was gray.

In addition, the comedian has a number of “I’m not gay but…” tweets in which he discusses not being homosexual and not missing out on a sexual encounter with his male Hollywood coworkers.

In one of these posts, the comedian stated that he is straight, but that if Channing Tatum ever asked him to bake cookies and braid each other naked, he would agree.

Nick Swardson teases Channing Tatum about being gay.

The comic has also sent out numerous merry me’ and ‘I’m not gay’ tweets. He once proposed to Kyle Rudolph, a member of his favorite football team, the Minnesota Vikings. The comedian denied the rumors in an interview with Impose Magazine, insisting that he is straight.

Nick Swardson Was Looking For A Family With A wife

Swardson’s one Instagram post during the COVID-19 quarantine caught everyone’s attention after he tweeted numerous gay jokes.

The post was about how the idea of settling down before the quarantine was ruined by the lockdown. He hinted that before the quarantine, he wanted to marry and start a family. However, after the lockdown, all he wanted to do was go to Key West by himself and live there.

The comedian’s comparison of his pre-quarantine and quarantine mentalities was undoubtedly a joke. In contrast to the quarantine tweet, the comic had previously mentioned his aversion to marriage in one of his tweets. He had written that he did not want to marry for one specific reason. He didn’t want to grow old with his wife and see her with “that short, awkward, Peter Pan haircut,” he explained.