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August 03, 2013  | by: Neil Protacio
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Did anybody have a vision of this happening? Well, the cat’s out of the bag now and it seems like Raven-Symoné will be waving a rainbow flag ceremoniously down the aisle when the time comes!

Twitter (MissRavenSymone)

Twitter (MissRavenSymone)

“I can finally get married,” the Disney gone Broadway star tweeted. “Yay government! So proud of you.”

For those of you who have been living under a rock, the issue of gay marriage has bannered many newspapers for the past few months. Maryland took the lead of 2013, granting same-sex marriage on New Years Day, followed by California in which the Supreme Court batted Proposition 8, the voter-approved measure which banned same-sex marriage, back to Ninth District Circuit. Hot on California’s tracks were the states of Rhode Island, Delaware, and Minnesota.

Raven Symoné has, for the past few months, battled rumors about her sexuality thanks to a source that basically vomited the juicy deets to the National Enquirer.

“Raven has lost almost 30 pounds, has done a whole image makeover, and now she is the star of ‘Sister Act’ on Broadway. She’s at a point now where she doesn’t care what her family thinks, and she’s in love with AzMarie. She’s a lesbian and wants to live that way.”

Instead of outwardly denying the allegations, she batted them out with subtle jabs. “I’m living my personal life the way I’m happiest. I’m not one, in my 25 year career to disclose who I’m dating. and I shall not start now. My sexual orientation is mine, and the person I’m ratings to know. I’m not one for public display of my life,” she said on Twitter.

“However that is my right as a HUMAN BEing whether straight or gay. To tell or not to tell. As long as I’m not harming anyone,” she tweeted again.

It’s all good, Raven. We love you no matter what you are.

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