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The gays are feral for John Summit after he took his shirt off at Pride

The gays are feral for John Summit after he took his shirt off at Pride

The gays are feral for John Summit after he took his shirt off at Pride
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The DJ performed at a New York City Pride event, and gained some new LGBTQ+ fans.

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The Gays™️ are losing their minds over John Summit after he performed at Dreamland, a Pride-themed event in New York City, this past weekend.

The day after his sold-out show at the Madison Square Garden, Summit hyped himself up for the festival on social media.

"this weather is not giving gay rn but the gays need me and when they ask i deliver," he wrote on X (formerly known as Twitter) on Sunday.

Judging by the videos, it looks like all parties involved had a blast at the festival, but the moment Summit took his shirt off is going viral on social media for the gayest of reasons.

"gave my last bit of energy to pride now it’s time i hibernate," he captioned the video. "thank u new york for an unbelievable week."


@francisdominiic MY FAVE DJ @john summit PERFORMING HIS PRIDE SET!!!!!!!!!!!!! OH MY GOD HE IS SO DREAMY AND ABSOLUTELY EVERYTHING!!!!!!! THANK YOU FOR DOING IT FOR THE GAYS!!!!! YOU ARE A TRUE ALLY!!!! #johnsummit #nycpride #dreamland #centralpark ♬ original sound - Francis Dominic

The replies look like how you'd expect.

"We love a man who caters to his audience," reads one TikTok comment.

"That's our man in finance!!!" another one reads.

The X comments are much more feral, the tamest reading, "we love you baby thank you for recognizing and celebrating us - your support means the world."

Fun and games aside, Summit is more than just a shirtless hottie performing at yet another Pride event. Earlier this year, the popular EDM artist caught some flack from homophobes when he announced his Dreamland set, losing hundreds of followers on social media because of it. Summit, though, didn't let any of the hate get to him, and he even defended his decision to perform while sticking up for The Gays™️.

"Lost a few hundred followers since I announced I'm playing gay pride party lmfao peace out u insecure homophobes," Summit wrote in an X post at the time. "Idc what u think u cannot deny that the gays know how to fkn PARTY."

We love an ally!

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