Apr 9, 2016
Hank Williams: A Dynasty of Homophobia
"Why Don't You Love Me Anymore"
"I'll Never Get Out of this World Alive"
Here's a photo that seems to show him nude.
He died of a heart attack on January 1, 1953, at the age of 29, leaving a son.
"Born to Boogie"
"My Name is Bocephus"
"All My Rowdy Friends are Coming Over Tonight"
A lifelong Republican, his extremist views have caused controversy. He has called President Obama "the Enemy," compared him to Hitler, and claimed that he's "a Muslim who hates America and loves gays."
Naturally he hates "queer guitar pickers," proclaiming homophobia as an American tradition.
His albums have won some acclaim, too:
Straight to Hell
Thrown Out of the Bar
As crazy...um, I mean conservative...as his dad, he disapproves of liberal actor Tom Hiddleston (top photo) playing the original Hank Williams in a biopic, and includes the line that he "don't want no faggot looking at him" in his anthem "Dick in Dixie."
Well, here he is. Take a look.
"Growing up, my best friend was gay," she tells Nashville Pride. "He was invited to all of my slumber parties."
Hear that, Hanks? There was one of them in your house!
The uncensored photo of Hank Sr. is on Tales of West Hollywood.