Last month, a lesbian couple received not so cute treatment at Dollywood, home of the biggest drag queen alive, Dolly Parton.
Well, Dolly wasn't having that and apologized to the couple:
Representatives for Dollywood issued statement in response to the news, assuring the gay and lesbian community that everyone was welcome at Dollywood properties. Now, Dolly Parton has released a statement to ABC News apologizing for the incident.See, Dolly is always a trooper.
The statement reads:
"I am truly sorry for the hurt or embarrassment regarding the gay and lesbian t-shirt incident at Dollywood's Splash Country recently. Everyone knows of my personal support of the gay and lesbian community. Dollywood is a family park and all families are welcome." Dolly adds that the policies on clothing or signs with profanity or controversial messages are in place to protect the person wearing the shirt and keep disturbances at the park to a minimum. Dolly concludes saying, "I am looking further into the incident and hope and believe it was more policy than insensitivity. I am very sorry it happened at all."