“Any man or woman of the cloth that would allow someone to dictate what they have or don’t have, I don’t know why they would do that. Nobody in my congregation comes to me to ask what they should buy. I have been past that for a long time,” he explained.In the meantime, we'll keep you posted, if necessary. God bless.
“My Bentley is 14 years old. If I want to update it, I will. It doesn’t matter what people think. We as African Americans, after going through hundreds of years of oppression and having people tell us where we can and can’t live, do you think I would care what people think about where I live? Are you kidding me? We still have to get permission from somebody to live somewhere or drive a certain car?”
He’s also not sympathetic to the notion that whatever money a preacher makes should be spent on charity instead of mansions and luxury cars and also resents the inference that wealthy ministers are making money off the poor.
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