Gospel singer Le’Andria Johnson, best known for winning the BET gospel singing competition “Sunday Best” eight years ago, recently went on a vicious online assault of the church and its leaders. Pastor and performer Deitrick Haddon has responded to her comment, offering some “wisdom.”
After news broke that Essence fest organizers reportedly removed Johnson from a gospel slated tribute to Dottie Peoples, she posted several live videos bashing church leaders for being hypocritical and using foul language and ultimately labeling the church as a “business.”
“The church is the only place you can go and get robbed and nobody call[s] the police,” she said in one video.
She also blasted gospel legend Bishop Marvin Winans, who she said was once her hero, for being prideful and treating her like a “peasant.”
Upon seeing her video this week, Haddon decided to post his own response online to the singer’s accusations.
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