Thursday, January 29, 2015

Stevie Wonder’s Speech at Andrae Crouch’s Funeral Upset Some People


We don't understand why some people were offended by Stevie Wonder's comment about racism, at Pastor Andrae Crouch's funeral.  In all due respect, when many gospel artists have not separated their affiliation from secular artists, it should not surprise us what their friends of the world within secular music industry may say.  Stevie Wonder is not a part of the church, but because he has been used of acquainting himself with some big people in the gospel music industry, he may have felt he could say anything and it not bother anyone.  

According to BlackChristianNews.com, “Stevie Wonder took the opportunity to say that Obama’s goal of inclusiveness was largely thwarted because of hatred towards him because of his skin color,” a source told FOX411. “And that he supports freedom of speech, but we should make laws against people criticizing religion.”

We highly respect the late pastor and gospel artist, Andrae Crouch, but let's be truthful, he was not totally separate from the world, he was also good friends with the late King of Pop, Michael Jackson. Would they have been upset if Michael Jackson would have made the same comment?  Let's be honest and be real.


Source and Photo: BlackChristianNews.com

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