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Le’Andria Johnson Apologizes for Saying “F the Church!”Is Le’Andria Johnson nearing another breaking point? In the past she’s been slammed for giving cigarettes to people she’s witnessing to, and for drinking hard liquor on camera. Now Johnson’s recent meltdown was broadcasted LIVE on social media and you can view it below. Read the full post »
This post was written by Kris Patrick | July 10, 2018
Donnie McClurkin Apologizes for Telling Anti-Trump Christians to Pray Instead of Protest
Pastor Donnie McClurkin, who actually didn’t vote for Trump, appealed to protesters, especially those drawn from the church, to focus on praying for the president instead of joining the protests. Read the full post »
This post was written by Kris Patrick | February 21, 2017
Vicki Yohe Apologizes for Insensitive Remarks Backing Trump Administration
This post was written by Kris Patrick | January 25, 2017
James Fortune Makes Public Apology After Pleading Guilty
It’s been over a year now since details of James Fortunes’ domestic violence case were spelled out through the media. Last week the Stellar award-winning Gospel singer pleaded guilty to abusing his wife as apart of a plea bargain. Read the full post »
This post was written by Kris Patrick | March 14, 2016
Kirk Franklin forced to apologize for tweet making Africans mad
When Bishop T.D. Jakes used the phraseology “Kenya natives” to tout his Mega Care charity’s aid to Kenyans in a rant against the “Preachers of LA” cast, the backlash was swift, forcing the Dallas mega pastor to issue a formal apology. Read the full post »
This post was written by Kris Patrick | November 20, 2013
Ebony Apologizes to Pastor Jamal Bryant After Publishing Rumor of Teen Affair
Pastor Jamal H. Bryant of Empowerment Temple AME Church in Baltimore, Md., says that Ebony magazine has apologized after he openly rebuked the African-American publication for reporting a rumor that the charismatic minister had impregnated a 17-year-old member of his congregation in 2007. Read the full post »
This post was written by Kris Patrick | February 26, 2013