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Twitter Calls Out Juanita Bynum For Jamming To Secular Music After Shading It

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Twitter Calls Out Juanita Bynum For Jamming To Secular Music After Shading It

Televangelist and gospel singer Juanita Bynum advised a congregation to “clean” up the secular songs mainly because she claims listeners are not saved.

But when she’s caught in the act, jamming to Mary J. Blige in a circulating clip, Twitter calls Bynum out on her “hypocrisy” although shining gentle on the Black church encounter.

In a Twitter put up by @DrAhmadGH, Bynum is viewed in two videos on independent situations. A 60-2nd clip viewed in excess of 140,000 times shows the preacher onstage urging the congregation to “clean up the church” on behalf of the Lord.

“I wanna know what bishop advised you that you can even now be saved and hear to secular new music,” she suggests in the to start with clip. “Who advised you that?”

In reaction, Bynum tells a church member to engage in “Good Love” by Usher and the Town Girls and then will make observe that some of the congregation members do have this kind of tunes in their autos.

“Who explained to y’all that it’s Okay if we just jam?” she continues in the clip as Usher sings in the background. “Who instructed you we can do this and then sing in the choir?”

The next clip, also posted to YouTube, reveals the Chicago indigenous gliding, two-stepping, and dusting her shoulders off to Blige’s 2007 strike “Just Fine.” The self-proclaimed prophetess was celebrating in full dance mode.

The video was viewed nearly 30,000 situations, and the feedback continue to deliver in the warmth about Bynum’s seemingly hypocritical steps.


Twitter end users had been also prompted to share their views on secular songs and faith.

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