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D.L. Hughley has not been afraid to speak his mind when it comes to the anger and pain he has felt since the deaths of Alton Sterling and Philando Castile.
D.L. Hughley has not been afraid to speak his mind when it comes to the anger and pain he has felt since the deaths of Alton Sterling and Philando Castile. He appeared on Fox News to speak with Megyn Kelly and blasted her for being a racist as the two traded jabs live on air. The conversation began rather politely but…
In spite of widespread controversy, the second season of a reality show spotlighting the lavish lifestyles of six Los Angeles megachurch ministers is scheduled to air later this year.
As previously reported, Preachers of L.A. first aired on the Oxygen Network last fall. The reality show features six megachurch ministers who claim their material wealth—including expensive cars, large mansions, and designer clothing—is a sign of God’s blessing.
“The Bible says that I wish above all things that you would prosper and be in health even as your soul prospers,” Clarence McClendon, one of the show’s ministers, said last year. “I believe that.”
“The Bible says that those of us who sow among us should reap from us, and that’s implying that preachers should be taken care of,” stated Jay Haizlip, a skateboarder who pastors The Sanctuary of Huntington Beach and is also featured on the show.
Although Preachers of L.A. attracted a large…
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I hope the industry is learning a valuable lesson. What we did in the afternoons was revolutionary, and it took a lot of hard work every single day for 0 years to put on a show with that much energy, great content, interaction with the audience, and social activism.
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