The Scrubs stars have vowed to make pizza for gay Indiana couples getting married

By Drew Mackie
Updated April 06, 2015 08:45 PM

Scrubs stars and bromance icons Zach Braff and Donald Faison have pledged to make pizza available at gay weddings in Indiana, even if they have to prepare it themselves.

“If you really and truly want pizza for your gay wedding in Indiana… We will make it for you,” Braff Tweeted on Friday, accompanied by a photo of himself and Faison at the helm of a boat.

Braff did not elaborate on whether he and Faison were speeding off to solve a gay pizza-related emergency. Since posting the Tweet, it’s been retweeted nearly 8,000 times.

The Tweet comes on the heels of other celebrities – including Miley Cyrus, Ashton Kutcher and George Takei – taking to social media last week to condemn the controversial Indiana bill that critics fear would enable business to discriminate against gay customers.

Arnold Schwarzenegger penned a Washington Post op-ed in which he criticized it, while James Van Der Beek and Anna Camp starred in a Funny or Die sketch lampooning it. Reality stars Josh and Anna Duggar Tweeted in favor of a similar measure in Arkansas.

Faison, who is married to Cacee Cobb, starred with Braff on the sitcom Scrubs, where the non-sexual love between his character and Braff’s was a recurring theme.

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