Pastor Jamal Bryant recently came under fire after a clip was released from a sermon where he used a line from a popular Chris Brown song entitled “These Hoes Ain’t Loyal.” Bryant joined “The James Fortune Show” to clarify the context of his words. He apologizes for anyone he offended, but he defends and stands by his words. Listen to this exclusive interview to hear Bryant explain what he meant, and how the same derogatory word was used in the Bible. In addition, hear what he had to say about how the same terminology is connected to the late Maya Angelou being a teen mother.
View the full transcribed interview below:
JB: Women who have a relationship with God and their dreams I was talking about (inaudible).
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