Sorry boys - it breaks your heart I know but he is confirmed not having the gay
But when you see the picture it does have a certain heath ledger broke back mountain vibe. Source : Daily Telegraph
“I posted a photo a few days ago of my best mate and I. It has come to my attention that people have made out that the post was my expressing he was my partner.
“Which is definitely not the case. He’s been my best mate for 25 years and he’s happily in a relationship with his girlfriend of around eight years.
“I am 100 per cent interested in women.”
NRL star Nicho Hynes was moved to clarify his sexuality, saying he is “100 per cent interested in women” after an Instagram post sparked rumours about his love life.
Earlier this week the Sharks recruit posted a photo on Instagram with another man, captioning the snap “my guy” with a purple love heart emoji.
Some of the comments on the post were congratulating Hynes, with fans speculating he was coming out as gay.
However, the former Storm star later changed his photo caption to “best mate” and responded to the conjecture on Thursday to clear up any confusion.
“Hey guys I want to knock something on the head that has been brought to my attention over the last 24 hours,” Hynes wrote on Instagram.
“I want to start with saying I have nothing against the gay community and I completely support them.
“I posted a photo a few days ago of my best mate and I and it has come to my attention that people have made out that the post was my expressing he was my partner … Which is definitely not the case, he’s been my best mate for 25 years and he’s happily in a relationship with his girlfriend of around eight years.
“I’d appreciate if you could respect this.”
“I am 100 per cent interested in women,” Hynes added, with a laughing and winking emoji.
Hynes played predominantly at fullback for Melbourne, covering for Ryan Papenhuyzen when he was out with concussion, but grew up as a playmaker and will be used in the halves for Cronulla next season.
The 25-year-old also shut down suggestions he would struggle to thrive after leaving the Storm — a place where coach Craig Bellamy is renowned for getting the best out of his players.
“There’s going to be outside noise and me going to the Sharks in the halves where I haven’t played a lot of NRL is going to get people talking,” Hynes said earlier this week.
“There’s obviously a lot of noise about people leaving the Storm and going to other clubs if they don’t go as well, but I think that’s all pretty c**p to be honest.
“If you put the work in, I don’t see why you can’t be as good as what you were at the Storm.
“It was very vocal up in Queensland when I was being linked to the Broncos. People were saying that the Broncos needed to be careful buying Storm players.
“But I just don’t think that’s an appropriate thing to say.
“Bellza (Bellamy) gets the best out of you at the Storm, but why can’t other coaches? If you put the work in, it doesn’t matter what happens.”