In a February Vanity Fair cover story, author Buzz Bissinger writes of the media’s first glimpse at the “real Tiger Woods.” In a 1997 interview with GQ, Bissinger says Tiger engaged in “a series of profane quips,” which included sexual jokes about blacks and gays.
“What I can’t figure out,” Woods says, according to Bissinger, “is why so many good-looking women hang around baseball and basketball. Is it because, you know, people always say that, like, black guys have big ****?”
Later, Bissinger says Woods began flirting with four women who were part of his GQ photoshoot. At one point, he rubbed the tips of his shoes together and asked the women “What’s this?”
Puzzled, the women were at a loss for an answer.
“It’s a black guy taking off his condom,” Tiger replied.
Bissinger also says Woods told a gay joke about why two lesbians can get to their destination faster than two gay men: because the lesbians are always going 69.
The Vanity Fair issue featuring a shirtless Tiger Woods will be on newsstands January 12th.