Omarosa, Mary Mary’s Goo Goo Debate On Christians Doing Reality TV

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  • It’s no secret, secular folk aren’t the only ones ‘winning’ in the reality TV game. With the help of shows like ‘Preachers of LA‘ and ‘The Sisterhood’ and ‘The Sheards’, Christians seem to be carving out their own lane with non-scripted TV.

    Media partner theJasmineBRAND.com recently chatted with two very opinionated reality TV stars who have done their share of both filming reality TV – Omarosa and celebrity stylist Goo Goo (sister to Erica and Tina Campbell who stars on We TV’s Mary Mary) weigh in on whether Christian’s should do reality TV.

    If they agree on how faith-bashed shows like Preachers of LA should portray the church world on television:

    Omarosa: If anytime you can get people talking about the church, reflecting about religion, reflecting about their relationships with God, what’s appropriate and what we’re not appropriate than we’re winning….So this is a vehicle to introducing, reintroducing people and encouraging people to be apart of the kingdom.

    Goo Goo: You know, I tell the truth right? I think they be wilding out on the show and people are entitled to do what they want to do and you never how they’re going to edit the show but some of the stuff I wish they kind of would conceal. Because it’s kind of one of those things that its like, that’s family business. We all know that we have ups and downs like that fight I almost got into last week, I wouldn’t put that on TV.

    What are your views on CChristian reality tv? Are you okay with it or would you rather not see Christians in that light?

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