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Days of Our Lives Soap Opera Star Tweets Support for Chick-fil-A

Days of Our Lives soap opera star Melissa Reeves who plays the (boring and annoying) character of the long-suffering  Jennifer Rose Horton Deveraux tweeted her support for the Chick-fil-A on Chick-fil-A Appreciation Day, woefully unaware of the millions of dollars that the national fast food chain has donated to anti-gay hate groups.

Whats especially ironic is that Days of Our Lives has done a storyline about gay teen Will Horton (Chadler Massey) whose supportive Aunt just happens to be played by Reeves.

According to my many Twitter sources Reeves is blocking EVERYONE who is tweeting her saying that they didn’t agree with her  stance.  But you can still contact the Days of Our Lives Comment Line @ (818)840-2067 or Corday Productions @ (818)295-2821


Will Kohler

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  1. She very famously had an affair with fellow DOOL actor Jason Brooks. Her husband made her break her contract and quit Days of Out Lives. What is the real threat to marriage? I’d say screwing someone who isn’t your husband ranks near the top.

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