The outburst by B-Slade happened as a result of his performance at the famed Love Center Ministries in Oakland, CA. The service honored Kurt Carr and Lynette Hawkins-Stephens for their contributions to Gospel music.
When B-Slade’s performance of Lynette Hawkins’ “There’s A War Going On” streamed LIVE, the comments from social media varied from support to disgust. Slade’s clothing attire, dance moves, homosexual lifestyle, and mere presence in a church pulpit were heavily scrutinized.
B-Slade’s Church Performance:
Moving on under a new name (B-Slade) has focused on his secular ambitions the last 7 years. Performing secular songs and producing tracks for secular and Gospel singers.
In Oakland, many didn’t have a problem with B-Slade’s dance moves and clothing choices, but the “Make Me Over Again” singer decided to make a song titled “Conversation” to address people who disagreed with his performance. The track was done over a Beyonce beat and of course in true B-Slade fashion, he didn’t hold back.
Take a listen to “Conversation” below:
So what do you think about B-Slade’s performance?
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-Contributing Source: Faith in the Bay