Johnny Gill has surfaced after years of persistent gay rumors and that he was the driving force behind Eddie Murphy and Nicole Murphy ending their twenty year marriage. Gill was interviewed Friday on Doug Banks’ syndicated radio show “The Ride With Doug & DeDe.” Gill denied being gay or bisexual and seemed extremely hurt that the media would potray him to be more “than a friend” to his buddy Eddie Murphy. He also brags about having a “stable lady” in his life. He also touched upon the drama at Eddie Murphy’s wedding, specifically relative to Murphy’s mother fight with Tracey Edmonds at the “spiritual ceremony”. (Listen to Audio Below) “Eddie has a great level of respect for his mother and his family, just like anybody,” Gill told Banks. “And when Mommy finally decided to speak on it, she spoke on it after the ceremony – simply that she felt everything was moving too fast and it didn’t feel right. She’s not an actress and she was being honest with him.” Gill also shed some light on what initially set off Momma Murphy’s tirade. “One of Tracey’s guests said some things that were inappropriate that triggered everything with the mom, and that’s how it all started,” he said.

Xposed! Gill also tried to explain what Murphy was thinking when he famously picked up a transvestite prostitute in West Hollywood. He said: “Somebody walks up that you assume is a fine girl that spots you and approaches you, you’re thinkin’ ‘Hey shoot, it’s my lucky night.’ He had no other choice but to bite the bullet and say ‘Hey, I was just helping her out and giving her a ride.'” LOL!