Ultra-conservative commentator Milo Yiannopoulos' LSU event canceled
UPDATE: The LSU College Republicans announced that Milo Yiannopoulos' event at LSU has been canceled.
The following is a press release from @RepublicansLSU :— College Republicans LSU (@RepublicansLSU) April 11, 2018
Unfortunately the Milo LSU event had to be canceled. It was Milo's team's obligation to obtain insurance that he was unable to acquire. We apologize for any inconvenience. Ticket sales will be refunded.
BATON ROUGE – Ultra-conservative commentator Milo Yiannopoulos is set to speak before students at LSU next month.
The president of LSU College Republicans confirmed to WBRZ Tuesday that the controversial speaker will appear at the university on April 11.
The organization first teased an appearance by Yiannopoulos back in February, though details had not been solidified at that time.
Yiannopoulos, an out gay man, is known to flaunt his sexuality, yet left-leaning media pundits have referred to him as an “internet supervillain” for his rhetoric and unapologetic attitude.
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