Now in an impromptu statement Tasha Cobbs-Leonard tells us how she really feels about the criticism.
In a sermon that encourages believers to stop making excuses in your life, Tasha Cobbs Leonard goes in on her critics. (13:00 minute mark of video below).
“Who told you you could have Nicki Minaj on a worship album?” “And just like the man from our text my response to them will be Jesus did it!” Later in the same vein Tasha Cobbs borrowed Sheree Whitfield’s words from The Real Housewives of Atlanta and said, “Who gone check me boo?”
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Listen to the sermon below and let us know what you think! Should Gospel artists pair with secular to reach more people? It’s nothing new. Isaac Carree once paired with R. Kelly and Fred Hammond just announced that he’s going to be on Snoop Dogg’s first Gospel project. Is this an effort to sell more albums? Or is this a fulfillment of the bible scripture that encourages Christians to “Become all things to all people so that by all possible means [you] might save some.” -1 Corinthians 9:22
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I think the scripture used in the article is exactly what our mindset should be as Christians. Tell the world about Jesus using all possible means.
What else do you guys think? I have another pairing that’s going to shock you soon. Stay tuned!
I love Tasha but I think with Nicki’s xplicit lyrics, it’s a bad look. I’m sure the song is positive but I think there are more appropriate secular pairings to reach a different audience.
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