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Colton Haynes, Noah Galvin

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Actor Noah Galvin had quite a few things to say about Colton Haynes, and Haynes had a few things to say back.

The Arrow star took to Instagram this afternoon to fire back at the 22-year-old TV star for criticizing the way Haynes came out as gay (in which the celeb didn't actually say "gay").

Galvin fired shots at Haynes during an interview with Vulture, saying, "That's not coming out. That's f--king p---y bulls--t. 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--k or two. That's not doing anything for the little gays but giving them more masturbation material."

Yikes! Well, as you can imagine, Haynes had a little something to say about that.

"It's extremely ironic that only a month ago I was tweeting this kid & saying that he should win an Emmy for his work. 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 the struggles I've been through or where I come from is absolutely uncalled for and quite frankly embarrassing on his part," Haynes fired back.
 
"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 learn a thing or two. Good luck. I'm sure I'll see ya around. Colton P---y Haynes."

Galvin, who also slammed Eric Stonestreet and director Bryan Singer in his interview, issued an apology shortly afterwards.

The Real O'Neals star wrote, "The entire interview I gave to Vulture has hurt the LGBTQ community and the industry I feel truly fortunate to be a part of. My only intention was to try and empower and promote honesty, but I fully understand that comments I made were brazen and hurtful."

He continued, "To Colton Haynes and to the LGBTQ youth, especially those who have embraced our show, I have no right to dictate how or when anybody comes out of the closet; I know how difficult and scary the process of coming out can be, and then last thing I ever want to do is make it scarier. For anyone...I am new to this and will certainly commit to being more thoughtful and wiser as I navigate all of this moving forward."