New Jersey's First African-American senator and the 2020 Presidential candidate Cory Booker is known for his high-dedication and loyalty to the public service.Besides his political career, the unmarried politician also fueled the speculation about being gay, but when he kept aside his closely-guarded personal life, the rumors on his sexuality wept away.
Earlier 2013 an op-ed of 1992 was enacted from his college newspaper, "The Stanford Daily," where he had self-claimed about his early homophobia stating about his tolerance phase.
In his piece of writing titled with "Pointing the Finger at Gays," he opened about the homophobic past.
He even got spotted at Cleo's new art installation called It seemed he wanted to maintain his presence low-profiled.
As a result, he confined himself to the reserved section of family and friends.
However, the speculation turned to be false after he reportedly began dating entertainment lawyer Bianca Levin back in 2013.