Colton Haynes Slams Noah Galvin’s ‘Embarrassing’ Interview: ‘Absolutely Uncalled For’

“Since when did he become the judge of what’s appropriate,” former “Arrow” star says

Last Updated: June 10, 2016 @ 8:10 AM

Colton Haynes isn’t taking “I’m sorry” for an answer.

The former “Arrow” star slammed “The Real O’Neals” actor Noah Galvin for calling his sly coming out of the closet as “f—ing p–y bulls—” during an interview posted on Vulture.com on Thursday.

“It’s extremely ironic that only a month ago I was tweeting this kid and saying that he should win an Emmy for his work,” Haynes wrote on his Instagram page. “Then today he returns the favor by calling me a p—y & the worst to the entire world.”

“Let me just clarify, I’ve never met this kid, so for him to judge me without even meeting & having no idea [of] the struggles I’ve been through or where I come from is absolutely uncalled for and quite frankly embarrassing on his part,” Haynes continued.

“Since when is a three pg article in Entertainment Weekly not an appropriate way to come out and since when did he become the judge of what’s appropriate. Shouldn’t we all be supporting each other? Enjoy all of your success. You’re young kid…hopefully you’ll eventually learn a thing or two. Good luck. I’m sure I’ll seeya around.”

He then signs it with this little gem: “Colton P—y Haynes.”

Galvin apologized for his remarks a few hours after the story was published, but Haynes either didn’t see it or didn’t seem impressed.

In his interview with Vulture, Galvin tore into Haynes for taking his time to come out and being a but careful about his choice of words, calling Haynes’ coming out “the worst.”

“He didn’t actually say he was gay,” Galvin said. “That’s not coming out. That’s f—ing p—y bullshit. That’s like, enough people assume that I sleep with men, so I’m just going to slightly confirm the fact that I’ve sucked a d— or two. That’s not doing anything for the little gays but giving them more masturbation material.”

In the original piece, Galvin joked about allegations that plagued “X-Men” director Bryan Singer in 2014 that he had sexually abused an underage man years earlier. His accuser was later found guilty of fraud over his claims.

While some have criticized Galvin for his comments, others hailed his interview as “refreshingly candid.”