Mama June and Pumpkin come out as bisexual
Mama June is gay?
Brace yourself. Honey Boo-Boo's mother says she's bisexual!
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And guess who's outing her on national television? Her other daughter, 15-year-old Pumpkin!
Pumpkin told INSIDE EDITION's Jim Moret, "She is gay, too! June is gay, too!"
June then chimed in and said, "Bisexual!"
Pumpkin, who is currently starring in a music video with sister Honey Boo Boo and Mama June, came to INSIDE EDITION to reveal that she is bi. Mama June was there to offer support.
Pumpkin said, "I'm attracted to females and I'm attracted to males. You cannot hide who you truly are."
With her mom by her side, the young teen wanted fans to know that she was bisexual.
But what happened next, no one expected.
Pumpkin said, "June came out, too."
Moret asked, "So June, are you attracted to women and men?"
She admitted, "I am, yes."
Mama June was there to support her daughter but focus quickly turned to her.
Mama June, who recently separated from Honey Boo Boo's dad, now admits she's interested in women as well.
She said, "I'm not going to lie, I played in the minors but never went pro."
Pumpkin chimed in, "Yeah, you did go pro."
Moret asked, "What does that mean?"
Mama June says she fooled around with women but has never had a real relationship with a woman.
So after this bold revelation from both mom and daughter, do the reality TV stars fear potential backlash?
Moret asked, "You live in a very conservative area of the country. Are you afraid of people's reaction?"
"I look at it this way, haters are going to hate," said Mama June.
Pumpkin is currently single, but is hoping to get back together with her ex-girlfriend.
She reached out to her with a text message that she read for INSIDE EDITION, "I am asking for another chance with you because I want to prove to you that I can treat you the way you deserve."Read: INSIDE EDITION Visits Honey Boo Boo's Hometown
Pumpkin says she's grateful for her mom's support, who we now know shares the same sexual orientation as her daughter.
"I am thankful that I have the support that other people don't have," said Pumpkin.