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United States Women’s National team soccer star and World Cup champion Megan Rapinoe suffered an embarrassing incident as she celebrated her team’s victory.
The team was being honored at the ESPY Awards show on Tuesday, hosted by ESPN, when Rapinoe had a wardrobe malfunction, The New York Post reported.
The mishap happened as Rapinoe got up from the front row and her black tuxedo jacket opened.
ABC cameras captured the awards show blunder, but the content was edited out from western time zone coverage.
The wardrobe malfunction happened days after Rapinoe angered many by stating that gay people are scientifically better athletes than straight people.
On Twitter after the United States defeated the Netherlands she shared a photo of her and two other homosexual teammates with a caption.
“We already discussed this,” she said in the tweet. “Science is science. Gays rule,” she said, as if heterosexuals could not win.
It was a continuation of what she told The Guardian about somehow in her mind, science has proven gay people are better.
“Go gays! You can’t win a championship without gays on your team — it’s never been done before, ever. That’s science, right there!” she said.
“I’m motivated by people who like me, who are fighting for the same things. I take more energy from that than from trying to prove anyone wrong.
“That’s draining on yourself. But for me, to be gay and fabulous, during Pride month at the World Cup, is nice,” she said.
For centuries heterosexuals have won numerous sports Championship, more than could be counted in merely one story.
But that is not the point of what she said. The point she is making is that, in her mind, gay people are better than straight people.