No more purses and no more make up!!
Somebody on Facebook referred to the Church of God In Christ as “Crazy Opportunistic Godfreaks that Insight Chaos” and this video couldn’t prove to be more true.
I do admit that if the gentlemen in the video no longer wishes to be under the public scrutiny associated with being homosexual he deserves praise. IF being a homosexual was a choice for him – although it was not for hundreds of thousands of us – I applaud him for returning to his truth in loving women.
However, I do not agree with the pastor “insighting chaos” by encouraging the people at the 107th annual convocation in St. Louis to come down and “dance” with the young man and all of the other foolishness that carried on.
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Word on the curb is the prequel to this guy’s coming out is a sermon demonizing “sissies” directing the choir and leading in the pulpit. Watch COGIC Superintendent Earl Carter speak in the sermon snippet below.
Gay web series ‘Gentlemen of New Jersey’ has exposed fake friends, the crafting scene, and made New Jersey seem like the ultimate destination for shade. In my e-mail interview with Terrence Morrison he tells his side of things with Julius McFly and how he was blindsided by Isaam’s ungenuine description of their friendship.
Terrence, it’s obvious that you are the break out star on ‘Gentleman of New Jersey’. How do you prepare for your scenes and interview tapings?
Before we start I would like to thank u for supporting the show and taking this time out to interview with me. Now it’s funny that you referred to me as the “breakout star ” since the show aired I’ve been hearing that a lot . I’ve always thought of myself as a star so I guess it came naturally … But to answer your question I prepared myself by being myself. I said I would go into this project and be 100% real (unlike some giggles ) I let my wall down and let people see me for who I really am , no acting but the real Terrence. Yes I was a little “turned up” but I was honest throughout this whole season . You have to have thick skin to do this cause people with break you down cause I’m ready to share my story with people.
On the show you speak about how your father feels about you being gay and that you planned to talk to him. How is your relationship with him now?
I wanted to talk about my relationship with my father because I know a lot of gay men can relate to such a sensitive subject like this. Let me clear some things up. My father and I have never talked directly about me being gay. I have always wanted to share that part of me with him but I was scared. My father has always had presence in my life. He provided, took me on trips etc., but I was confused and challenged when I would go around him because we have different religious beliefs. My father is Muslim and I am Christian.
After lots of praise and opinions about ‘Tha Life: Atlanta’, producer Dr. George Smith is taking his talents down to the home of Beyonce. According to info on the gay web series’ website, “Houston is known to be in the Bible belt and is now a mecca for African American gay men and transgenders”.
Dr. Smith promises to take viewers on a “journey in to complex southern urban gay world” that “does not fall short of the drama, sex appeal, and compelling stories within the LGBTQ urban community.”
Come on January 2015! Here is a tease of what’s to come.